- The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is a national organization dedicated to improving the education of students with exceptionalities. CEC provides professional development and resources to educators, parents, and students and advocates for policies that enhance the quality of education for students with exceptionalities. CEC also publishes research on best practices in special education and offers certification programs for educators working with students with exceptionalities.
- The International Division on Career Development and Transition (DCDT) is a division of the CEC. It is dedicated to promoting best practices in career development and transition services for students with exceptionalities worldwide. They offer a variety of resources and services to their members, including access to journals, conferences, and networking opportunities. They also promote collaboration between professionals working in career development and transition services for students with exceptionalities.
To become a member of NV-DCDT, you’ll need to become a member of the CEC and DCDT.
- Membership in the CEC is open to educators of all levels, families, parents, and caretakers.
- Active membership in the DCDT is open to any person concerned with the education of exceptional individuals who are members of the CEC.
So, when you join the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), it’s like getting three memberships for the price of one:
- CEC membership
- DCDT membership
- NV-DCDT membership
To start the process of becoming an NV-DCDT member through the CEC’s national website, click here. Questions? The CEC has a helpful Customer Service Center.