The Bridge to Career in Human Service Program is a summer program offered by the Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University. This program works in collaborations with the Brazos Valley Center For Independent Living to provide qualifying students with developmental disabilities access to a post-secondary education program along with special educational supports, which will prepare them for employment in the field of health and human services, specifically to become Direct Support Professionals.
Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
First row (seated): (L-R) Ashley Henderson, Jahmai Valentine, Mary Katherine Matamoros, Emilian Stetz, Amna Masroor, Terence Stuart Elder
Second row: (L-R) Mariyah Currier, Madison Anne Stahlheber, Maria Delgado Ramos, Jessica Gravley, Rileigh Elledge-Turner, Katelyn Ennis, Cara Weber, Santiago Molina
Third row: (L-R) Christopher Keys, Adil Haq, Dominique Armbruster, Marcus Compis
The Bridge to Career in Human Services Project is funded in part by the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD). TCDD awards funding provided by the Administration for Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. $225,000 (75%) DD funds, $74,998 (25%) non-federal funds.