As students turn 14, transitional planning begins and the team explores potential vocational interests and skills.
Our students receive opportunities to practice a variety of job readiness skills within the school setting. This job-matching process allows us to match student interests with job opportunities.
We transition the skills learned in the school environment into the community through volunteer and paid positions. Programs are created to develop transferable employment skills to enhance the acquisition of long-term positions. Tasks are broken down to allow students to understand and complete job skills with independence and self-reliance in the workforce.
The ultimate goal is a seamless transition from school-based services to adult life.