• Receive employment education and skill development
  • Make the transition from school to work a success
  • Learn how to put your best foot forward

School-to-Work Transition Program

School-to-Work Mission and Goals

PRIDE works in collaboration with local school systems to help make the transition from school to work a success. We do this by providing high school students with coordinated school-to-work transition services. Work skills instruction and community-based vocational training opportunities are included. This training approach develops both life and job readiness skills.

Program Services

We provides students with the opportunity to participate in a variety of PRIDE day programs in order for them to be able to make informed decisions about their future.

Opportunities include:
• Vocational Evaluations
• Job Readiness Groups
• Community Work Training Opportunities
• Career Assessments and Interest Inventories
• Guest Speakers
• Job Tours and Informational Interviews

Program Eligibility

You or a loved one are eligible for this program if you meet the following requirements:

• Have high school funding source
• Are at least 18 years old
• Are currently attending school
• Demonstrate interest in gaining employment or participating in skills training
• Demonstrate the ability to benefit from services


Required Materials for Program Enrollment

• Referral from the local school where the student currently attends.
• Referral package that includes:

— the most current IEP.

— two valid forms of ID.

— a copy of the student's most recent physical exam with immunizations completed within the past year.

• All completed agency forms signed and dated by the participant or legal guardian.

• A team meeting or tour of PRIDE can be arranged beforehand to determine if PRIDE is a good fit for the student.


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