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The following communities are for Young Professionals. Participate today and get to know your fellow young professionals.
The IARP Young Professionals are the preeminent professional community for rehabilitation professionals under the age of 40. Members of the Young Professionals include a diverse community of rehabilitation professionals including rehabilitation counselors, life care planners, social security vocational experts, case managers, and more.
The IARP Young Professional Committee is committed to serving and supporting IARP Young Professionals by providing networking opportunities, education, and resources to help achieve professional growth and development.
Carolina Valencia Salazar
Jacqueline Valencia Mendez
The student coaching program is a somewhat informal process that pairs a student or recent graduate with an established IARP member. The goal of the program is to allow a student or recent graduate the opportunity to benefit from the expertise and experience of the IARP professional while engaging in their career path.
The coaching process can take place via varied methods that include in person meetings, telephonically, or via e-mail. This can be determined by the coach and student/recent graduate. The coaching relationship is not intended to be a long term process, but one that provides the student/recent graduate with information and guidance that will help them in their career decision making process. It would be up to both parties to determine the length of the coaching process.
The process would be opened semi-annually prior to the completion of the semester, assuming there would be students preparing on graduating at these times. Matches will be made based on coach availability on a first come first served basis, if application is approved.