Intervener Undergraduate Certificate Program

Central Michigan University (CMU) is offering an Undergraduate Certificate for those interested in becoming a Deaf-Blind Intervener.  Interveners work one-to-one with students who are deaf-blind to help them reach their highest potential and improve their quality of life. They work as part of the educational team in local school districts and social agencies. National certification as a Deaf-blind Intervener can increase the employment opportunities for those in Special Education, Therapeutic Recreation, Communication Disorders, and American Sign Language.

Jumpstart your career goals with a certificate designed to enhance your professional skills within a focused discipline. Ranging from 12 to 18 credits, undergraduate certificates are built to showcase the competency and practical skills employers seek. Courses are offered online in condensed, 8-week terms to accommodate your schedule and lifestyle through convenience and flexibility.

For more information download a copy of the flier or visit CMU’s web page