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You are getting very close to leaving high school. You need to learn all you can about having a job and finding a career. This, of course, is really important if you want to live more independently, travel, buy things, pay your bills, save for a car, or do anything else you want. To live independently you have to have money and money comes from working. DVR’s Transition Services can help put you on the right path for a successful future.
The DVR Transition Services is a program for high school students which is implemented in all 19 public school districts (31 public high schools) as well as in alternative and private high schools. Each DVR office has staff focused on providing services for students who are transitioning from high school to adult life. DVR transition services include activities for students that are designed to promote movement from school to post-school activities such as post-secondary education, vocational training, employment, continuing and adult education, adult services, independent living and community participation.
DVR transition services link high school students to adult services and employment. The focus is to ensure that high school students with disabilities are:
Supported Education is a program for students with disabilities who are beginning their first year of college. DVR and DTCC have joined to provide educational supports for transition students enrolled in remedial programs at each of DTCC’s four campuses. The purpose of the program is to increase community college attendance and success for students who start their college experience in remedial courses. Participation in the program is intended to assist recent Delaware high school graduates, usually 18 years old. The student must be working with a DVR Transition Counselor and have had an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or other accommodations while in high school. Supported Education assists in achieving:
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) provides the means for students aged 14-22 who have a disability to receive Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) and is intended to increase the nation’s workforce service delivery system. Read more about Pre-ETS.
The Project SEARCH Transition-to-Work Program is a unique, business-led, one-year employment preparation program that takes place entirely at the workplace. Total workplace immersion facilitates a seamless combination of classroom instruction, career exploration, and hands-on training through worksite rotations. The program culminates in individualized job development. Read more about Project SEARCH.
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