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Pre-Employment Transition Services

Serve, Inc. is proud to partner with the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation to offer many new and innovative pre-employment transition services for students as well as adult supported employment services. The following is a brief description of the services offered to assist in better planning for transition into post-secondary training and/or competitive employment.

Pre-Employment Transition Services include group and individualized services to help students gain an increased understanding of their options after leaving high school.

Group Services

Independent Living Skills Training
Independent living skills training will be provided in a group format to assist students with disabilities in developing the skills needed to live independently.

Self-Advocacy Training
Self-advocacy training will be provided in a group format to teach students with disabilities disability awareness, advocating during the IEP process, understanding the transition process, and advocating for themselves in post-secondary education, employment, and when receiving social services.

Work Readiness Training
Workplace readiness training will provide students with knowledge needed to find and maintain competitive integrated employment. Curriculums may include soft skills training, interview skills, job readiness, job-seeking skills, HR practices, and other skills needed to become “workplace ready.”

Individualized Services

Job Shadowing
Job shadowing will provide students with disabilities a one- to five-day job shadowing experience in an occupation of interest within the community. Students will be provided an opportunity to shadow employees and obtain an overview of the knowledge, tasks, and abilities needed to work in a particular field.

Work-Based Learning Experiences
Students will participate in work-based learning experiences, which may include in-school or after-school opportunities in the community. Students will be provided options for work experiences that teach skills needed to obtain competitive integrated employment or transition to post-secondary training.

Service to assist a student in obtaining a Pennsylvania state identification card or replacement card.

Travel Training
Services offered to students with disabilities who need assistance to increase their independence in mobility and travel.