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Explore Work (A training program for teens with disabilities) Workforce Innovation Technical Assistance Center, WINTAC, George Washington University

Description:

If you are a teen who has a disability, you have choices and things to do to prepare for life after high school and becoming an adult. Just like every teen, this is a time of transition. You are preparing to be an adult, get a job, and become more independent.

A big part of planning for the future means thinking about a job that is a good fit for you.

Want to find out more about who you are and what you're good at? This training will help you explore your talents and create a plan for your future!

This training will help you:

  • Discover talents and jobs that may be a good fit for you!
  • Get experience and try out jobs right now!
  • Uncover education and training options to help you meet your job goals.
  • Learn about self-advocacy or how to ask fro and get things you need.
  • Get skills to help you succeed at work and school.

This training is available in Spanish.

Tag(s):

After High School Employment High School Middle School Self-Determination Transition