Project SEARCH High School Transition Program is a unique one year school-to-work program that takes place entirely at the workplace, a local business in the community. The program provides real-life work experience based on the individual's preferences and interests. The student intern must be in his/her last year of high school and has completed all school district academic requirements and/or IEP goals. The goal for each intern is to gain competitive employment and increase independence.
Project SEARCH serves people with disabilities through innovative workforce and career development. Through this process we educate employers about the potential of this underutilized workforce while meeting their human resource needs.Project SEARCH provides employment and education opportunities for individuals with significant disabilities. The program is dedicated to workforce and development that benefits the individual, community, and workplace.
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Save, Print and mail the application to Melissa Johnson or email the completed application to email@example.comBelow are documents and links that highlight our students' achievements throughout the years of Project SEARCH at the CLIU#21.2014-2015 School Year2013-2014 School Year2012-2013 School Year
2011-2012 School Year2010-2011 School Year
- Newsletter - Volume II, Issue I, September 2010
- Project SEARCH Open House, December 2010, CLIU Update
- Good Title Shepherd Work Services Holds Annual Awards Luncheon, December 2, 2010 (The Morning Call)
- OVR Story - Recognition of a Project SEARCH Graduate
- Powerful Partnership, Sweet Charity, March-April 2011 (A Good Shepherd Publication)
- Newsletter - Volume II, Issue II, April 2011
- Independent Community Travel Program, CLIU Annual Report August 2011
- Project SEARCH Graduation, June 2011
2009-2010 School Year2008-2009 School Year