Our Transition Program works with elementary/middle school students on career interests and exploration. The program works with our high school students on independent living skills and career/college exploration. Students participate in a variety of experiences such as college tours, technical/vocational school tours, job shadowing experiences, resume building, and interviewing skills. Topics and workshops such as budget management, travel training, career fairs and living independently are conducted throughout the school year. We have also partnered with Prince George’s Community College’s workforce development program for students to earn certifications in computer repair, ServSafe, and childcare.
We have partnered with Joe’s Movement, Panera Bread, Omega Studios, and ViaTech for job shadowing experiences. Our students have gained community service hours through partnerships with the American Red Cross, Alliance Nursing home, and Food with Friends.
Through our partnership with Prince George’s Community College, we offer the Workforce Development Program. We also provide opportunities for students to earn community service hours through agencies the school has partnered (American Red Cross, Nursing Home, Food Banks).