Post-secondary options for individuals with disabilities who seek careers, not a lifetime of entry-level jobs.

Help for individuals with disabilities to grow in all facets of life while obtaining globally recognized industry certifications.


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eMerge Career Collaborative provides specialized educational training, supports, and experiential opportunities, with the aim of enhancing skills that prepare individuals with disabilities to succeed in any workplace or postsecondary education setting.

eMerge Career Education is approved by the Florida Department of Education, Commission for Independent Education, to provide classes in technology, environmental services in healthcare and hospitality.

These customized educational programs provide the opportunity for the student to learn in a caring, supportive environment with the opportunity to earn industry-standard certifications in:

  • Technology: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS), IC3 Digital Literacy and CompTIA

  • Tech2Work: A unique collaboration between MTC with The Learning Academy Services at USF.

Courses are taught by subject matter experts familiar with the differing learning styles of neurodiverse individuals, autistic students, and individuals with other disabilities.

We are excited to announce that MTC’s eMerge Career Collaborative has earned support from United Way Suncoast’s competitive community investment process. United Way Suncoast’s new three-year funding commitment will help us enhance our efforts. Together, we will elevate children and families and break down barriers to financial stability. United We Rise, United We Win. #UnitedWaySuncoast #FreedomToRise.


We are grateful to have received a grant from Humana Healthy Horizons in support of eMerge Career Collaborative!

We are thrilled to announce that we have been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Lenovo Foundation! The funding supports post-secondary technology career training for neurodiverse adults at eMerge Career Collaborative!