• The Occupational Skills Program is one of two programs in the MNSCU system that specializes in post-secondary education for students with disabilities. We've been around since 1967!
• Learn job seeking and job keeping skills to get the entry level job that you want. Gain work skills at community worksites through our Supervised Pre-Internship course. Learn the independent living skills that you will need to be successful in life and on the job. The OSP class room features onsite kitchen and laundry labs.
• Experience college life at CLC! Enjoy all of the social and recreational activities that CLC has to offer. OSP students also choose a 2 credit elective course outside of the OSP.
• Our OSP staff is experienced and passionate about helping students to be successful.
The Occupational Skills Program (OSP) is a nine month, technical college diploma program designed for individuals with mild to moderate disabilities, focusing on competitive entry-level employment. The program is geared toward individuals who can possess the ability to work competitive entry-level employment with training and support, but may find it difficult to meet the rigor of a traditional college program. Work experiences as well as coursework to support independence in the workplace and in the community are the main components of the program. Students also participate in a number of exciting and educational off-campus experiences designed to promote community access, social skills, recreation and healthy living.