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San Diego Community College District Jamila DeCarli, M.S. WorkAbility III Program Coordinator. What is WorkAbility III? WorkAbility III (WA III) programs are cooperative partnerships between the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) and
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Jamila DeCarli, M.S.
WorkAbility III Program Coordinator
WorkAbility III (WA III) programs are cooperative partnerships
between the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) and
participating community colleges within the State of California.
San Diego Community College District’s (SDCCD) WA III program began in 1984 and has served thousands of students with various disabilities.
To provide vocational services to DOR clients / community college students.
To help students obtain employment during and after completion of their education / vocational training according to their IPE.
Must be clients of the DOR.
Must be students in the San Diego Community College District
Centre City West City ECC North City
Mid City CE @ Mesa Cesar Chavez
Two Locations: CE @ Mesa ~ Mid City
Explore different occupations
Learn job search techniques
Work on communication and interview skills
Create a resume
Learn about job accommodations
Develop networking skills and use of community resources
Students are expected to be independent, active participants in the
job search process, working alongside their vocational counselor
to secure employment.
Duration as a client of WA III depends upon academic progress,
short vs. long term employment needs, level of participation,
motivation of the student, and labor market competition in the
A team of highly qualified, degreed professionals who have experience working with various disability groups.
WA III staff communicates with DOR counselors on a regular
basis in order to provide a consistent level of support and
maximize the probability of student success.
Vocational Counseling and Career Exploration
Employment preparation (job search techniques, resume,
interview skills, etc.)
Employment retention for minimum of 90 days
Contact Jamila DeCarli, Program Coordinator