We provide services to youth with disabilities to ensure they have access to meaningful career planning opportunities and a seamless transition from high school to employment or post-secondary training.
Pre-Employment Transition Services are an early intervention delivered in a variety of developmentally appropriate experiences with the goal of ultimately leading to competitive, integrated employment outcomes.
This is a great opportunity to ensure students have access to meaningful career planning in order to help with the seamless movement from high school to employment or postsecondary training.
Who is a “Student with a Disability”?
A student with a disability is an individual with a disability in a secondary, postsecondary, or other recognized education program.
What are Pre-Employment Transition Services?
The five core services of Pre-ETS are listed, along with examples of those services (pre-ETS is not limited to the examples listed):
1. Job exploration counseling o Discussion of students’ vocational interests
2. Work-based learning experiences
3. Counseling on postsecondary opportunities
4. Workplace readiness training
5. Instruction in self—advocacy