Wednesday, July 19, 2017

W.A.C.O. (The Work and College Opportunities Project)



W.A.C.O.
(The Work and College Opportunities Project)


The program is collaboration between the Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University, DARS-DBS Transition Program, and the Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living. Participants in the program gain development and instruction in professionalism, self-determination, and teamwork as well as development of vocational skills, career exploration, and independent living skills. This is the first year that the program has collaborated with the Department of Horticultural Sciences. Andrew King, Corey Wahl, and Gerald Burgner have been working with the students teaching basic horticultural principles and skills.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Summer Internship Blogs

Some of our students are staying busy this summer with internships! Today, we are featuring Audrey Kroeger. Go to this website to check out Audrey's internship blog:
We will be posting more internship blogs throughout the summer, so check back to see more awesome students!



Tuesday, June 20, 2017

CEMAP Trial Bed Build



 Two of our students, Evan Baker and Sydnee Coates, worked very hard last semester designing and building raised beds to accommodate the Texas CEMAP Program. 





They also created a website to document the entire project. Check it out to learn more!