What We Do

Maryland's Center for Transition and Career Innovation is designed to explore issues related to school-to-work transition for secondary students with disabilities. Our team of transition experts and education researchers is dedicated to the belief that any youth, with any disability, can achieve employment and a meaningful career.

*The CTCI does not provide direct services to youth with disabilities or their families, but individuals can use the website to learn more about best practices.



Academic Certificate Program

Please visit our webpage for information
You may also contact: C. Leisure (cleisure@terpmail.umd.edu) or Jessica Katz (katz924@umd.edu)





College of Information Studies: "Disability Summit Creates Stirring Conversation about Disabilities, Biases, and Change"

Division of Research: "Celebration Honors Scholarship, Research Excellence"
Congratulations to Dr. Fabian!

Baltimore Sun: "Maryland lawmakers back Kirwan commission's plan to overhaul educational system"

Office of the President: "Tidings from Annapolis"

Group photo of Rich, governor, and dean. The Center for Transition and Career Innovation (CTCI) was launched in July 2018 by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan in conjunction with the 28th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.


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