Vocational Rehabilitation

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  • 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)


    To access all information visit the Vocational Rehabilitation Website