At which campus can I study this program?
The WorkLink program is a fully integrated, 2-year certificate program, in WorkLink Strategies and Employability, at Penn State University (University Park). The WorkLink program provides the opportunity for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ID) to participate in postsecondary experiences and education alongside their peers. WorkLink program objectives are to support students with ID in developing work and independent living skills.
To earn an undergraduate certificate in Worklink Strategies and Employability, a minimum of 42 credits is required.
|RHS 93||WorkLink Seminar I||1-12|
|RHS 193||WorkLink Seminar II||1-12|
|RHS 295A||WorkLink Internship||1-12|
- All Worklink students must take 3-6 general education credits through auditing courses at Penn State each semester (must audit 1-2 classes each semester).