Please explore over a decade of publications from the Heldrich Center!
Listed below are selected publications from the Heldrich Center. On the left, you will find publications organized according to publication type (e.g., research brief, presentation, etc.). Below, publications can be viewed in alphabetical or chronological order.
Get Moving: Careers in Public TransportationOct 05, 2012
Provides an introduction to careers in public transportation, four major functional areas of the industry, and the key skills required for public transportation jobs.Download
Get Moving: Public Transportation Occupational GuidebookOct 05, 2012
Provides a broad overview of work in the public transportation industry, including jobs at public transit agencies and other employers that provide transportation-related services to the public. Offers information about occupations in vehicle operations; vehicle maintenance; central services and administration; and facilities, track, and road maintenance.Download
Get Moving: Careers in Public Transportation – BrochureOct 05, 2012
Provides an introduction to careers in public transportation, four major functional areas of the industry, and the key skills required for public transportation jobs. Examines occupations in central services and administration; vehicle maintenance; vehicle operations; and facilities, track, and road maintenance occupations. This poster was designed for large-size printing.
October 2, 2012 NewsletterOct 02, 2012
This issue reports on the release of a new report, College Students with Disabilities: What Factors Influence Successful Degree Completion?
College Students with Disabilities: What Factors Influence Successful Degree Completion? A Case StudySep 24, 2012
Examines the views of students with disabilities who successfully completed college and the staff from five colleges and universities in New Jersey without regard to particular program and funding initiatives. Offers observations about students with disabilities and promising practices and challenges of the colleges they attended. Highlights areas for further study and development of supports for students, staff, and faculty.Download