A work experience program that assists people with disabilities prepare to transition to employment and community participation during and after high school
School or community-based opportunities to experience what working is like.
Classroom activities offering information on jobs or careers of interest.
Activities and instruction on becoming more independent at home and in the community.
Maintaining contact with businesses where our students are employed.
300 + Students
Students who have work experience during high school are more likely to have a job and earn money after they leave school.
What type of employment skills do you want your child to learn? Would you like for your child to learn various job skills while still in high school? Do you want your child to explore many options before making a career decision?Learn More
Do you want to learn skills that will lead you to a valuable employment? What are your current job related interests? How are your job seeking skills? Would you like to explore several different types of employment before choosing a career?Learn More
Pre-employment skills training; Post-hire follow up services; Creative problem-solving techniques; On-the-job evaluation or an on-the-job training package for some qualified students; Free Consulting Services.Learn More