Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is a federal-state program that helps individuals with disabilities prepare for, and, or keep a job. VR’s Pre-Employment Transition Services help students with disabilities prepare for a career, continue their education, or find a job after high school.
The Pre-Employment Transition Services (for in school youth ages 14-21)
Job Exploration Counseling - Explores career path options that are best suited to your skills, abilities, aptitudes, and interests.
Work Readiness Training – Focuses on employability and related skills that prepare you to work. Resume writing, mock interviews, searching for and applying for jobs are covered as a part of this training.
Work-Based Learning Experiences – Provides practical, hands-on training for employability skills. These experiences focus on practicing social skills and building relationships.
Self-Advocacy Training and Peer Mentoring – Teaches you how to talk about your needs and make decisions about your own life to become more independent.
Postsecondary Educational Counseling – Provides information about continuing education options, school choice, accessing financial aid, etc.
In school services 14-22 (Fill out this form if you are still in high school and return to your school ESE specialist)Attach Consent PDF form here please
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is a federal-state program that helps people who have physical or mental disabilities get or keep a job. VR is committed to helping people with disabilities find meaningful careers.
For post - school services 18 and up (Fill out this form if you are graduating from high school and return it to your ESE specialist prior to the last day of school)