500 University Avenue West, Minot, ND

ND Inclusive Model Pathways Training Consortium (IMPCCT)


Participating Schools








PROJECT DIRECTOR:  Anne Beste-Guldborg, ann.beste.guldborg@minotstateu.edu

The ND Inclusive Model Pathways for College and Career Training Consortium will provide training and technical assistance to build capacity for expanded college options and high school transition services that sufficiently prepare students with intellectual disabilities for college success. The IMPCCT Consortium will work with institutions of higher education in ND to develop inclusive PSE programs to incorporate inclusive college course work, career development, self-determination, independent living and pre-employment skills training and campus inclusion. IMPCCT’s 3 goals are: 1) Students with ID in ND and the NPR will have expanded college options; 2) Students with ID in ND will have increased access to consistent transition services and supports in high school to prepare them for successful PSE; and 3) ND will have a sustainable and replicable consortium for providing T/TA to support PSE programs for students with ID.

This project is funded in part by the U.S. Dept. of Education Office or Post-Secondary Education, TPSID Grant to NDCPD at Minot State University (P407A200032)

PROJECT DIRECTOR:  Anne Beste-Guldborg, ann.beste.guldborg@minotstateu.edu

Inclusive programs in North Dakota

ADVANCING STUDENT TOWARD EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM (ASTEP)  Dakota College Bottineau on the Minot State University   ASTEP – North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities (ndcpd.org)

 REACH Program-Bismarck State College

Action and Support to Promote Inclusive Readiness Experiences (ASPIRE)-Dakota College Bottineau

Turtle Mountain Community College