Statewide List of Promising Practices Transition Sites

One of Project 10’s primary initiatives is to improve the development, academic success and post-school outcomes of students served in exceptional student education in Florida.  As part of that initiative, Project 10 provides information on transition sites across the state that incorporate promising practices.

Transition sites described in this section:

These transition sites may serve students at one or more of the following target levels:

For information on current promising practices transition sites, click on a section to jump to a list of sites located in those districts.

Districts whose names begin with:

A - B

C - E

F - L

M - N

O - P

S - T

U - Z

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Alachua

Alachua County Rural High School/High Tech
Gainesville Area High School/High Tech
Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida
222 SW 36th Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32607
Amy Tharpe, HS/HT Program Director
amy@cilncf.org | (352) 378-7474
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Santa Fe College, Project SAINT
Gainesville
Linda Mussillo, Adults with Disabilities Specialist, Adult Education Program Administrator, Project SAINT
linda.mussillo@sfcollege.edu I (352) 381-3818 

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Baker

Baker/Nassau High School/High Tech Program
Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida
2709 Art Museum Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207
Margarita Warren, HS/HT Program Director
margaritaw@cilj.com | (904) 399-8484
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Bradford

Bradford County High School/High Tech
Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida
222 SW 36th Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32607
Amy Tharpe, Senior Coordinator
amy@cilncf.org | (352) 378-7474
Niusha Nazarkazemi, Local Program Contact
nnazarkazemi@cifncf.org
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Brevard

Brevard Schools Foundation High School/High Tech 
Bayside High School - Career and Technical Education  
2700 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera, FL 32940  
Aaron Mitchell, HS/HT Project Coordinator
mitchela@brevard.k12.fl.us | (321) 633-1000 ext. 379  
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Broward

Broward County High School/High Tech 
Center for Independent Living of Broward
4800 North State Road 7, Building F, Suite 102, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33319
Shanae Thomas, Project Coordinator
sthomas@cilbroward.org | (954) 722-6400
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Broward College Seahawk NEST (Navigating Education for Student Transition) Program
Fort Lauderdale
Craig Levins, Associate Vice President, Institutional Accessibility & ADA Coordinator
clevins@broward.edu | (954) 201-2313 

McFatter Technical College, Broward County Public Schools - Grow Your Future
Ft. Lauderdale
Christy Bradford, Curriculum Supervisor
Christy.Bradford@browardschools.com I (754) 321-8442  

Sheridan Technical College, Broward County Public Schools - Build Your Future
Hollywood
Christy Bradford
christy.bradford@browardschools.com I (754) 321-8416 

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Charlotte


Clay

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Collier

High School/High Tech 
Exceptional Education & Student Support Services Collier County Public Schools
5775 Osceola Trail, Naples, FL 34109
Sonja L. Samek, ED.S, BCBA Coordinator
sameks@collierschools.com | (239) 377-4779 
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Columbia

High School/High Tech 
Florida Crown Workforce Career Center
1389 Highway 90 West, Suite 170, Lake City, FL 32055
Julia Smith  
(386) 755-9026 ext. 3130  
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

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Dixie

High School/High Tech 
Florida Crown Workforce Career Center
1389 Highway 90 West, Suite 170, Lake City, FL 32055
Elizabeth Wetherington
emwetherington@flcrown.org | (386) 755-9026 ext. 3120  
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Duval

Florida State College Jacksonville (FSCJ) & Duval County Schools, Project ACHIEVE/V.E.R.T.I.C.A.L Training Program
FSCJ North Campus - Jacksonville
Denise Giarrusso, Project Coordinator
VERTICAL@fscj.edu I (904) 633-845 

High School/High Tech 
Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida
2709 Art Museum Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207
Margarita Warren, HS/HT Program Director
margaritaw@cilj.com | (904) 399-8484
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Mason Core Training and Print Shop Training 
Duval Juvenile Residential Facility
7500 Ricker Road, Jacksonville, FL 32244
Sheddrick Brooks
Sheddrick.Brooks2@DJJ.state.fl.us
Duval Juvenile Residential Facility is a moderate risk Department of Juvenile Justice residential treatment facility for males ages 14-18. The masonry program includes hands-on training, instructional materials and online student research to explore careers, training and employment opportunities in the building trades. The printing program will include skill development, downloadable materials and opportunities to explore careers, training and employment in the field of graphic arts. Students will also have on-line access to credit recovery courses and GED preparation courses.

University of North Florida & Arc, On Campus Transition (OCT)
Jacksonville
Leigh Belmont, Educational Services, Director
lbelmont@arcjacksonville.org I (904) 620-3892

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Escambia

Escambia County High School/High Tech 
Pensacola Pinwheels, Inc.
2210 Warren Jernigan Place, Suite 101, Pensacola, FL 32514
Eunicia Giuchici, MSW, HS/HT Program Director
Eunicia.Giuchici@gmail.com | (850) 292-2446
High School/High Tech serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various types of diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers. Escambia County HS/HT primarily serves youth who are court-involved through the Department of Juvenile Justice or the Department of Children and Families.

Pensacola Boys Base 
Building 3780, NTTC Corry Station, Pensacola FL 32511
Robert Cotton
bcotton@escambia.k12.fl.us | (850) 453-7521
Pensacola Boys Base is a moderate risk Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) residential treatment program for males ages 14-18 located on a United States Navy base. It provides vocational exposure and marketable skills and behaviors through job shadowing, volunteering with community partnerships, work-study programs and a matting and framing program.

Pensacola State College, The Arc Gateway Program for Adult Learning and Support (PALS)
Pensacola
Dondie Roper, Program Director
pals@arc-gateway.org I (850) 484-1185 

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Flagler

Flagler County High School/High Tech  
Fitzgerald Belgrave, Flagler Palm Coast High School HSHT Sponsor 
belgravef@flaglerschools.com | (386) 437-7540 
Sherri Hartwell, Matanzas High School HSHT Sponsor 
hartwells@flaglerschools.com | (386) 447-1575 
Dr. Kimberli Halliday, Flagler Schools Transition Coordinator
Eunicia.Giuchici@gmail.com | (386) 446-6742 
The Able Trust High School High Tech (HSHT) is designed to provide high school students with all types of disabilities the opportunity to explore jobs or postsecondary education leading to technology- related careers. HSHT links youth to a broad range of academic, career development and experiential resources and experiences that will enable them to meet the demands of the 21st century workforce. HSHT is a community-based partnership made up of students, parents and caregivers, businesses, educators and rehabilitation professionals. It has been shown to reduce the high school dropout rate and increase the overall self-esteem of participating students. 

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Gilchrist

High School/High Tech 
Florida Crown Workforce Career Center
1389 Highway 90 West, Suite 170, Lake City, FL 32055
Elizabeth Wetherington
emwetherington@flcrown.org | (386) 755-9026 ext. 3120  
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Glades


Gulf

Dyslexia Research Institute High School/High Tech Program 
5746 Centerville Road, Tallahassee, FL 32309
Robyn Rennick, HS/HT Project Coordinator
drills@talstar.com | (850) 893-2216  
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

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Hendry


Hillsborough

Dyslexia Research Institute High School/High Tech Program 
Learey Technical Center
Rout 3, 5410 North 20th Street, Tampa, FL 33610
Heidi Schnurr, HS/HT Project Coordinator
heidi.schnurr@sdhc.k12.fl.us | (813) 231-1935  
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

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Indian River

Indian River State College, Project STAGE (Students Transitioning to Academics and Gainful Employment)
Massey Campus Fort Pierce
Marria Partee, Project Director
mpartee@irsc.edu I (772) 462-7656  

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Lee

ExTRA (Exceptional Students Transitioning to Responsible Adulthood) 
Royal Palm Exceptional Center
3050 Indian Street, Ft. Myers, FL 33916
Ross Pegler
rossjp@leeschools.net
This community inclusion and work experience-based program has students interview to enter the ExTRA program which offers work experiences and community activities that many students would not experience outside the program.

Florida Gulf Coast University, Soaring Eagle Academy
Fort Myers
Doug Carothers, Professor, Principal Investigator
dcarothe@fgcu.edu I (239) 590-7822 

Fort Myers & Cape Coral Technical College
HIRE Program
Fort Myers and Cape Coral campuses
Jenn Robinson, HIRE Program Coordinator
JennAR@LeeSchools.net 

Leon

Lively Technical College,The SOAR Program (Success for Occupational Area Readiness)
Tallahassee
Shelly Bell
bells@leonschools.net I 850-487-7418 

Tallahassee High School/High Tech
 
Ability 1st
1823 Buford Court, Tallahassee, FL 32308
Carrie Milhous, HS/HT Project Coordinator
carriemilhous@ability1st.info | (850) 575-9621
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Tallahassee Community College, Eagle Connections
Tallahassee Amanda Warren, Eagle Connections Program Coordinator
warrena@tcc.fl.edu | (850) 201-8432 

Transition Program at Lively Technical Center 
Lively Technical Center
500 N. Appleyard Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32305
Amanda Lewis
(850) 487-7560
This is an intensive training-for-employment program that features technology-based enhancements to community-based work experiences.

Levy

Levy County High School/High Tech 
Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida
222 SW 36th Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32607
Stephanie Weeks, HS/HT Project Coordinator
sweeks@cilncf.org | (352) 378-7474
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

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Madison

Madison County High School/High Tech 
Madison County School Board
2649 West U.S. Highway 90, Madison, FL 32340
Mary Coody, HS/HT Project Director
coddym@madison.k12.fl.us | (850) 973-5061 ext. 147
Mike Radell, HS/HT Co-Project Coordinator
radelm@madison.k12.fl.us | (850) 973-5061 ext. 147
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Manatee

CHAC High School/High Tech 
Community Haven for Adults & Children with Disabilities
4405 Desoto Road, Sarasota, FL 34235
Roy Nelles, Director of Transitions
rnelles@communityhaven.com | (941) 355-8808
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Marion

Marion County High School/High Tech 
Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida
3445 NE 24th Street, Ocala, FL 34472
Carol Terrillion, HS/HT Project Coordinator
carol@cilncf.org | (352) 368-3788
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Miami-Dade

Florida International University (FIU), FIU Embrace Education 
Miami 
Nicole Attong 
nattong@fiu.edu | (305) 348-5377 

Miami-Dade County High School/High Tech
 
Our Kids, Inc.
P. O. Box 010951, Miami, FL 33101
Lynette Beal, HS/HT Project Coordinator
Beall@ourkids.us | (305) 455-6000
Renee Stephen, Education Coordinator
stephenr@ourkids.us | (305) 455-6000
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers. Miami-Dade County HS/HT specifically serves youth with disabilities in the foster care systems.

Robert Morgan Educational Center and Technical College, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Project TOPS
Miami
Vivian Vieta
vvieta@dadeschools.net I (305) 253-9920 

Monroe

The College of the Florida Keys, Project ACCESS
Key West Katie Norland, ‎Director of Student Success Services
katie.norland@fkcc.edu I (305) 809-3181

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Nassau

Baker/Nassau High School/High Tech Program 
Florida Crown Workforce Career Center
1389 Highway 90 West, Suite 170, Lake City, FL 32055
Elizabeth Wetherington
emwetherington@flcrown.org | (386) 755-9026 ext. 3120
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

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Okaloosa

Okaloosa County High School/High Tech 
Workforce Development Board of Okaloosa & Walton Counties
109 8th Avenue, Shalimar, FL 32579
Will Miles, HS/HT Contact, Youth Program Manager - Florida reBuilds
WMiles@jobsplus02.com | (850) 651-2315
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers. Okaloosa County High School/High Tech specifically serves youth residing in Department of Juvenile Justice facilities.

Okaloosa Technical College, Okaloosa UP
Fort Walton Beach
Jon Williams
williamsj2@okaloosaschools.com I (850) 833-3500

Okeechobee

Job Shadowing Program 
Okeechobee High School
2800 Highway 441 North, Okeechobee, FL 34974
Shanda Altman, Transition Specialist
altmans@okee.k12.fl.us
Pilot site funds will be used to provide transportation and increase community support for this new job shadowing program with local areas businesses. Program goals are to increase graduation rates and decrease dropouts. Program components include a career preparation course, age-appropriate transition assessments, work training in natural environments, individualized skills training in the community, classroom activities and family participation.

Orange

CTE Model for Special Diploma Students 
Gateway School
4000 Silver Star Road, Orlando, FL 32808
Elaine Scott, Principal
elaine.scott@ocps.net
Students with special diplomas and those standard diplomas who are low achieving will participate in this enhanced CTE program that develops specific job skills and monitors student attendance. The pilot site grant will support hands-on experience for the Culinary Arts, Practical Arts, Career Education and Career Preparation courses associated with the Hospitality and Construction industries.

Orange County Public Schools High School/High Tech 
Educational Leadership Center - HS/HT Transition Services, 6th Floor
445 West Amelia Street, Orlando, FL 32801-1129
Marjorie Mickelson
mickelr@ocps.net | (407) 317-3200 ext. 2671
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Orange Technical College West Campus, Build Your Future
Winter Garden
Christopher Flagg, Program Coordinator
christopher.flagg@ocps.net 

University of Central Florida, Inclusive Education Services (IES)
Orlando
Dr. Adam Meyer, Director Inclusive Education Services, Director Student Accessibility Services
Adam.meyer@ucf.edu I (407) 823-2371 http://ies.sdes.ucf.edu/ 

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Palm Beach

Florida Florida Atlantic University, Academy for Community Inclusion
Jupiter and Boca Raton campuses
Michael Brady, Principal Investigator
mbrady@fau.edu I (561) 799-8715 

Pasco

Gulf Helping Soldiers 
Gulf High School
5355 School Road, New Port Richey, FL 34652
Harriet Tongen
htongen@pasco.k12.fl.us
The Newspapers in Education program helps support this community service project. Teachers order the Sunday paper and bring in the coupon pages. Students cut out and sort the coupons into twenty categories such as frozen foods, canned foods, diapers and condiments. Coupons are mailed to a distribution center where they are forwarded to military groups in need. Students are currently working with ROTC to target certain military groups!

Recycling 
Zephyr Hills High School
6335 12st Street, Zephyr Hills, FL 33542
Glenda Lang, JP/TS
glang@pasco.k12.fl.us
Community service project focused on recyling paper

Pinellas

Pinellas County High School/High Tech 
Abilities of Florida, Inc.
2735 Whitney Road, Clearwater, FL 33760
David Higgins, Executive Director
Kim Dittman, HS/HT Project Coordinator
kdittman@ourpeoplework.org | (727) 538-7350
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

St. Petersburg College, Titans-Up
Seminole Campus
April Ross, Program Coordinator
Ross.April@spcollege.edu I (727)394-6160

University of South Florida (USF) St. Petersburg campus, UMatter
St. Petersburg
Dr. Danielle Roberts-Dahm, Director
lroberts@usf.edu I (727) 873-4654  

Polk

Southeastern University, SEU LINK
Lakeland
Kelly Southmayd I kssouthmayd@seu.edu
link@seu.edu I (863) 667-5096 

Putnam

Putnam County High School/High Tech 
Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida
222 SW 36th Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32607
David Higgins, Executive Director
Pepper Anderson, HS/HT Project Coordinator
p2anderson@cilncf.org | (352) 378-7474
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

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St. Johns

St. John's County High School/High Tech 
Independent Living Resource Center of Northeast Florida
2709 Art Museum Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207
April Baker, HS/HT Project Coordinator
aprilb@cilj.com | (904) 399-8484 
Margarita Warren, HS/HT Project Coordinator
margarita@@cilj.com | (904) 399-8484 
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa County High School/High Tech 
Pensacola Pinwheels, Inc.
2210 Warren Jernigan Place, Suite 101, Pensacola, FL 32514
Eunicia Giuchici, MSW, HS/HT Program Director
Eunicia.Giuchici@gmail.com | (850) 292-2446
Margarita Warren, HS/HT Project Coordinator
margarita@@cilj.com | (904) 399-8484 
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers. Santa Rosa County HS/HT primarily serves youth who are court-involved through the Department of Juvenile Justice or the Department of Children and Families.

Locklin Tech 12+ Program - website 
5330 Berryhill Road, Milton, FL 32570
Nina Voelker
(850) 983-5700
The 12+ Program is designed for ESE students, ages 18-21, who have deferred the standard diploma and have appropriate skills to participate in the general education Career & Technical Education courses. Students may enroll part or full-time and receive instruction in soft skills, social skills, self-determination, employability skills, & academics as needed. The length of participation in the program varies per student and one must show adequate progress to continue in a program. A certificate may be awarded upon successful completion of regular or modified program competencies.

SKILL Program (Skills for Independent Living and Learning) 
NAS Whiting Field, Milton, FL 32570
Linda Andrews
(850) 983-5168
The SKILL Program was established by the Santa Rosa County School District in 2010 at Milton High School but moved to join the partnership withNAS Whiting Field in 2015 in conjunction with the SITE Program. It is a unique opportunity for "interns" with significant cognitive disabilities, ages 18-21 who have deferred the standard diploma , to have continuous support within a 1:3 small group ratio from an ESE instructor, job coach and possibly related services staff in order to develop their skills in a community based vocational education program in preparation for adult living. The goal of the program is to move interns from continuous support to a more independent level of functioning for supported employment. Interns may participate 1-4 years depending on their progression of skills and the IEP Team's recommendation for the SITE Program, attaining employment, &/or turning age 22.

SITE (Skills for Independence, Transition and Employment) 
NAS Whiting Field, Milton, FL 32570
Linda Andrews
(850) 983-5168
The SITE Program was established by the Santa Rosa County School District in August of 2000. The program is the result of a partnership between the Exceptional Student Education Department, Workforce Education Department and the United States Navy. It is a unique opportunity for "interns" with significant cognitive disabilities, ages 18-21 who have deferred the standard diploma, to have intermittent support within a small group, without a need for 1:3 ratio, from an ESE instructor, job coach and possibly related services staff in order to develop their skills in a community based vocational education program in preparation for adult living. The goal of the program is to move interns from intermittent support to an independent level of functioning for competitive employment. Interns may participate for 1-4 years depending on their progression of skills and the IEP Team's recommendation for Project SEARCH, attaining employment and/or turning age 22.

Sarasota

CHAC High School/High Tech 
Community Haven for Adults & Children with Disabilities
4405 Desoto Road, Sarasota, FL 34235
Roy Nelles, Director of Transitions
rnelles@communityhaven.com | (941) 355-8808
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Seminole

Academy of Construction Technology 
Rosenwald School
1096 Merritt Street, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
Paul Harshman, Assistant Principal
paul_harshman@scps.k12.fl.us
This construction program is offered in conjunction with Seminole Community College which provides opportunities for continued study after students earn a Certificate of Completion. Pilot site funds will be used to enhance and expand the Academy.

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Taylor

Taylor County High School/High Tech Program
Taylor County High School
900 Johnson Stripling Road, Perry, FL 32347
Paula Tuten, HS/HT Project Coordinator
paulatuten@yahoo.com | (850) 838-2525
Shona Murphy, HS/HT Contact
Shona.Murphy@taylor.k12.fl.us | (850) 838-2525
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

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Union

High School/High Tech 
Florida Crown Workforce Career Center
1389 Highway 90 West, Suite 170, Lake City, FL 32055
(386) 755-9026 ext. 3120
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

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Volusia

Transition Assessment for Special Diploma Students 
School Board of Volusia County
200 N. Clara Avenue, DeLand, FL 32721
Cathy Galotti
cgalotti@volusia.k12.fl.us
Fred Zollinger
flzollin@volusia.k12.fl.us
This program will assist students in meeting postsecondary employment and education goals by identifying obtainable goals, developing strategies to overcome barriers, creating a Transition Portfolio, becoming familiar with the Career One-Stop Center and developing effective resumes and interviewing skills.

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Wakulla

Wakulla County High School/High Tech Program 
Ability 1st
1823 Buford Court, Tallahassee, FL 32308
Carrie Milhous, HS/HT Project Coordinator
carriemilhous@ability1st.info | (850) 575-9621
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers.

Walton

Walton County High School/High Tech Program 
Workforce Development Board of Okaloosa & Walton Counties
109 8th Avenue, Shalimar, FL 32579
Will Miles, HS/HT Contact, Youth Program Manager - Florida reBuilds
WMiles@jobsplus02.com | (850) 651-2315
Program focused on career exploration, work-based learning and youth leadership that serves high school students with all types of disabilities ages 14-22 who are pursuing various diploma options and are interested in technology-related careers. Okaloosa County High School/High Tech specifically serves youth residing in Department of Juvenile Justice facilities.

Washington

Florida Panhandle Technical College, Project Independence
Chipley
Martha Compton, Director
Martha.compton@fptc.edu

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