School to Work Transition
The School to Work Transition program helps students with disabilities train for a job, continue their education, or find a job after high school. We are here to help you in your transition from high school to the working world. We help students find meaningful careers.
Your counselor will help you develop the tools to sell your strong points to employers. We want you to succeed!
What is VR School to Work Transition?
What does School to Work Transition offer?
Who should be referred to VR?
Who qualifies for the School to Work Transition program?
When should you apply?
What happens after you qualify for transition services?
How do you apply?
What Services May VR Provide?
- Medical & Psychological Assessment
- Vocational Evaluation & Planning
- Career Counseling & Guidance
- Work Experience While in High School
- Training & Education After High School
- Time-Limited Medical Treatment
- Time-Limited Psychological Treatment
- Job Site Assessment
- Job Placement
- Job Coaching
- On-the-Job Training
- Assistive Technology
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments (IDEA) of 1997, enacted with strong bipartisan support, significantly improved the educational opportunities for children with disabilities. IDEA focuses on teaching and learning while establishing high expectations for children with disabilities to achieve real educational results.
Resources such as brochures and other websites are available to further explain the School to Work transition process.
If you have additional questions regarding School to Work Transition services, contact your local VR Office or VR Transition Administrator Kirk Hall or call (850) 245-3360.
VR is continually working to provide you with the most current and useful information possible. If you have any comments or suggestions for improving this web page, please contact VR Transition Administrator Kirk Hall.