• 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 students with coordinated school-to-work transition services from high school to job employment programs based in the community. Work skills instruction and community-based vocational training opportunities are included. This training approach develops both life and job readiness skills, and is directly tailored to the interests and abilities of each individual for the best match.

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:
• Person-Centered Planning
• Community-Based Vocational Assessment
• Career Exploration
• Job Readiness Groups
• Internships/Mentorships/Volunteer Opportunities
• Paid Job Opportunities
• Job Placement
• Job Coaching
• Transportation Training

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


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