Creating a Better Tomorrow
One Student at a Time

Over 80% of adults with a disability in the U.S. are unemployed (US Bureau of Labor and Statistics).   Every year more and more special education high school students graduate who have little to no job skills training, no experiences in the real world working, or even a goal to get a job upon graduation.  Our mission is to educate, train, and prepare special education students so they can obtain and retain employment after high school graduation.  

From the Classroom to the Workplace

Victoria

Victoria practicing being a cashier in CCP class
Victoria as cashier at the Brown Dog Cafe

Grace

Justin

Troy

Helping special education students learn job skills from the classroom to the workplace with the help of our community partners.

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