The EmployAbility program focuses on increasing prevocational skills, in order to prepare individuals for community-based employment. EmployAbility clients work in business settings, completing a variety of job tasks.
Project SEARCH is an internship program that places young adults with special needs in a real working environment, giving them skills to prepare for the workforce. Through total workplace immersion, clients experience a seamless combination of classroom instruction, career exploration, and relevant job-skills training obtained through strategically designed internships.
Supported Employment assists clients in both obtaining and maintaining community-based employment. A job developer supports clients in determining employment opportunities they are interested in and in finding a job.