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    Tuesday, July 27, 2021

    Can I Bring My Emotional Support Animal to College with Me?

    Do you know that you can take your Emotional Support Animal (ESA) with you to college? Find out more about bringing your ESA to college with you in this tip sheet.

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    Tuesday, July 27, 2021

    Emotional Support Animals: The Basics

    An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) is an animal that provides therapeutic benefit (e.g., emotional support, comfort, companionship) to a person with a mental health or psychiatric disability (such as a serious mental health condition). In this tip sheet, we describe what an Emotional Support Animal is an is not as well as how someone can look into getting one.

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    Tuesday, September 15, 2020

    School that Makes Cent$: Taking CTE Courses

    Career and Technical Education (or CTE) classes are a great way to learn skills for a future career. CTE is the practice of teaching career skills to students. By taking a concentration of CTE courses, high school students can graduate with special certifications that make them eligible to work in certain jobs. These certifications can help high school graduates get a head start in college or career. This tip sheet provides high school students with information about what CTE classes are, how to choose a CTE focus for classes and how to request any accommodations that may be needed.

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    Wednesday, April 21, 2021

    In Their Own Words: Young adults navigating school and work while living with a mental health condition

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    Wednesday, July 17, 2019

    Transition Planning for Students with Emotional Behavioral Disorders: Making it Work

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    Thursday, April 04, 2019

    School and Work Trajectories of Young Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions

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