WorkAbility III
at Sacramento City College
3835 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95822
(916) 558-2590 voice/TTY

WorkAbility-providing employment services for people with disabilities.

  WorkAbility III is a cooperative program between Sacramento City College and the California Department of Rehabilitation. WorkAbility III serves students with disabilities who are clients of the Department of Rehab. For more information about becoming a DR client, please call (916) 322-8500.

Derrick Wydick is the WorkAbility Counselor/Coordinator. He provides case management for WAIII clients, as well as career education and career counseling. Contact Derrick at 916-558-2590, or




Kim Lakin is the WorkAbility Employment Specialist. She provides job placement services, interview practice and resume development for WAIII clients. You can contact Kim at 916-650-2712, or




What services are available from WAIII?

    • Career Exploration-what kind of job is best for me?
    • Career Search-find more information about the career you want.
    • Employee Portfolio-develop your resume, cover letters and interview skills to help you get the job you want.
    • Support-access to internet resources, phone/fax, mail service and employer resources. Support for A.D.A.-related accommodations.

Who can benefit from WorkAbility services?

WorkAbility III can work with people who have disabilities, and are facing challenges finding or keeping employment. Or, if you are making a career change or have become disabled, you can get help through WAIII.

What kinds of jobs are available from WAIII?

Any kind of job-full-time, part-time, internships and work experience opportunities. The more time you put into your job search, the better the opportunity for you to get a great job offer.

Looking for a job can be one of the most frustrating experiences in anyone's life. Many of us have excellent employment skills and work ethics-but lack the expertise in "the game" of finding a job. WorkAbility can help you get through the frustration so you can develop a clear and realistic employment plan for yourself.


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Date Last Modified: May 25, 2000