Opportunity Programs for Adults with Developmental Disabilities


Please join us for an information session about our three Opportunity Programs: Culinary, Baking and Horticultural.

This information session, for educators, vocational counselors, students and family members will cover the training programs’ outline and content, personal attributes and characteristics required for students to be successful, and registration information.

Weds. Dec. 4, 2019 from 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Hospitality Dining Room, Student Community Center Room 240

The Opportunity Programs for Adults with Developmental Disabilities offers a Certificate of Completion to students who complete all of the hours of instruction. The curriculum affords an introduction to the skills needed to be successful in various work environments.

The goal of this program is to teach basic skills that may transfer to employment with local establishments. This course is not meant to teach independence skills; it is a prevocational training program.

Click on the program titles below to learn more about the curriculum, and to review the qualifications needed to be accepted into each program.


Current Opportunity Programs at CCM:

Opportunity Programs under development:


Questions? Contact Workforce Development at wfd@ccm.edu or 973-328-5187