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PACE

About

PACE (People Accessing Careers and Education) Services is a noncredit program within the Community Colleges of Spokane that provides programs to individuals with cognitive or mental disabilities that lead to barriers to employment and/or college. All programs are designed to increase academic, employability and independent living skills.

PACE has four components:

 

 

To participate, our students must...

  • Have a cognitive or behavioral health disability.
  • Be at least 18 years old (there are a few exceptions to this).

  • Agree to follow the Student Code of Conduct.

  • Attend class and meetings as scheduled.

  • Independently take care of personal care needs including hygiene, toileting and medication.

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“We are so lucky to have all the amazing services available to our students. Our partnership over the years has been a blessing!  We look forward to many more years collaborating with PACE and SEER to continue to prepare our students for a bright future!” 

--IMAGES of Spokane