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Supported Education and Employment Enhancing Rehabilitation


SEER provides support that helps individuals facing behavioral health challenges prepare for, gain access to, and sustain participation in postsecondary education and vocational opportunities. SEER offers specially focused courses each quarter, provides group and some individual support, and offers employment support. Students need not have an official diagnosis to participate. There is no cost to students to access the SEER program.

SEER is a part of Spokane Community College’s PACE (People Accessing Careers and Education) program.


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  • guide students in making career and education decisions

  • build skills for employment, volunteering or credit class success

  • facilitate the transition into college, employment or volunteer positions

  • offer information and practice on finding and using school and job resources and skills

SEER Learning Community for GED/HS+ Students

The SEER (Supported Education and Employment Enhancing Rehabilitation) Learning Community may be just the spot for you to pursue the completion of your high school credential or GED.

By working with one of the Adult Basic Education (ABE) counselors, you will sign up for

  1. the high school or GED classes you need
  2. at least one SEER class (click on the list found under “current class schedule” on this page)

You will meet with the SEER faculty member (a licensed mental health counselor) at the beginning, middle and end of the quarter. These meetings will ensure that you are gaining the academic and mental health skills necessary for success.

You can access your classes in person or via Zoom.

If this sounds like the right place for you, contact, 509-279-6033 or, 509-533-7221 and say that you are interested in joining the SEER Learning Community!

We look forward to seeing you in soon!



To participate:

  • students should be at least 18 years old and have a behavioral health concern

  • students should have no existing debt with Community Colleges of Spokane (CCS)

  • students should have a desire and intent to pursue employment, education or volunteer activities

  • students should have an ability to participate fully given the academic requirements of the classes

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To register:

New students, start here:

All students: 

Once per quarter

Once per year