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The OPC Scholars Program
provides supported pathways to careers in high demand technology fields at OCC. 

OPC Info Sessions

Now’s the time to think about your career and next steps! Onondaga Community College is hosting Information Sessions for prospective students and you’re invited! Learn about the Onondaga Pathways to Careers (OPC) program and services available through the Office of Accessibility Resources, tour campus, meet a recruitment representative, and finish your OCC application.  The information sessions will be held on the following dates:

  • Monday, July 11: 11am-noon, and 5-6pm
  • Tuesday, July 12: 11am-noon, and 5-6pm
  • Wednesday, July 13: 11am-noon, and 5-6pm
  • Thursday, July 14:  11am-noon, and 5-6 pm
  • Friday, July 15:  11am-noon, and 5-6pm

All sessions will be held at Onondaga Community College in Whitney Hall, room 301.

Sign up for an Info Session in just a few clicks! 

About OPC: 

The OPC program is an opportunity for young people with disabilities to earn a credential, and acquire a job that pays a living wage with opportunities for promotion and career advancement. Eligible students must be on track to receive a high school diploma or equivalency (TASC), have a documented disability, and be 24 years of age or younger.

Students can enroll in specific academic programs toward filling open positions in and around Central New York. These include: 

  • Health Information Technology, A.A.S. [Applied Associate of Science degree]
  • Advanced Manufacturing Certificate
  • Mechanical Technology, A.A.S.
  • Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.
  • Electrical Technology, A.A.S.
  • Electronic Media Communications. A.A.S.
  • Computer Science, A.S. [Associates of Science degree]
  • Computer Forensics, A.S.

During our Information Session you will:

  • Meet OAR, Admissions and OPC representatives
  • Learn about the college, OAR and the OPC program
  • Finish or start the process of applying to OCC

Call 315-498-2389 or visit and Register today!

We look forward to meeting you!