Extended Transition - Project SEARCH
Preparing students with significant disabilities for success in integrated, competitive employment.
Project SEARCH is a nine month transition-to-work internship
program for people with disabilities. It is targeted for individuals whose goal
is competitive employment. The program takes place in a business-led setting
where total immersion in the workplace facilitates the teaching and learning
process through hands-on training and the acquisition of employability and
marketable work skills. Interns participate in three internships to
explore a variety of career paths. The
interns work throughout the year with a team that includes their family, an
instructor, and local and state agencies to create an employment goal. The
outcome of this one year program is competitive, integrated employment.
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