Youth Transition

LAUNCH Employment ServicesWhat is Transition?

Secondary transition refers to the process a student with a disability goes through as they move from high school to whatever comes next, including postsecondary education, employment and independent living. In Florida, planning for secondary transition may begin as early as age 12.

At age 14, students may begin working with the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation for Youth Services. Please review their website for more information on VR’s programs and how to get connected.

Work Readiness Training

Work readiness training is designed to prepare students with a set of skills and behaviors that are necessary for any job. Work readiness skills are sometimes called soft skills, employability skills or job readiness skills. Training may include instruction on interviewing, resume writing, problem solving, conflict resolution, work place social skills, and communication.

Work Readiness Training Questionnaire

Join us for our July session of Work Readiness Training!
Dates for our 2024 session will be announced in May.

LAUNCH Work Readiness Training Flyer