College to Career (C2C) Program

About the Program 

The College to Career Program (C2C) is designed to meet the needs to students with intellectual disabilities and autism in post-secondary education and in the workforce.

The C2C Program is a collaboration with the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR), it assists students in finding job placement, and integration into mainstream college courses to obtain skills leading toward gainful employment. 



Monday - Friday 
8:00 am - 5:00 pm 


Phone: 559.442.8237
Fax: 559.499.6038
Location: Building A (#1)
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Fresno City College
Attn: Disabled Students Program & Services (DSPS)
1101 E University Avenue
Fresno, CA 93741

C2C Staff

C2C Counselor/Coordinator

Sage Talbot

Office: 559.442.8237

Fax: 559.499.6038



Job Developer

LaShun S. Davis

Office: 559.442.8237

Google Voice: 559.492.8029

Fax: 559.499.6038



Educational Coaches

Counselor and student sitting at desk



  • Students must apply or be a current student with the Disabled Student Program and Services. (DSPS) Apply here
  • Upon enrollment in C2C, students will be referred and must apply for services with the Department of Rehabilitation. (DOR)
  • Students must have a verified Intellectual Disability or Autism.
  • Students must be 18 years or over
  • Students must have a commitment and desire to gain employment upon completion of the College to Career Program. 



  • Academic counseling
  • Disability Counseling 
  • Career exploration
  • Assistance with accessing campus resources
  • Educational coaching to assist with student success in mainstream college courses
  • Vocational counseling to assist with job readiness and employment preparation
  • Job development and job research assistance
  • Student workshops (i.e. Learning strategies, financial aid, study skills etc.) 


  • Meet eligibility requirements of C2C and Department of Rehabilitation 
  • Complete and submit the College to Career application/verification of Intellectual Disability or Autism 
  • Interview with C2C Coordinator and staff
  • Apply to DSPS if not currently with the program
  • Meet with a Department of Rehabilitation Counselor