DoDEA Transition Needs Assessment-Results from the 1998/99 SY survey with follow-up information sheets.
Academic Innovations-Examples of STW presentations on Career Exploration Brainstorming and Job Interview Night to help prepare your students. Also check out.
Accredited Online Colleges-Disability Education Resources- is a general information website with many resources useful to all people looking to further their education. The site discusses the offline and online educational paths one can follow to obtain a degree from an accredited institution and discusses disability resources for students on 504 plans and IEPs. encounter.
The Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD)-An international, multicultural organization of professionals committed to full participation in higher education for persons with disabilities.
Careers On-Line at University of Minnesota-Provides job search and employment information to people with disabilities.
Career Development and Transition-Division of the Council for Exceptional Children dealing with transition issues.
College Affordability: A Guide for Students with Disabilities-A complete guide to college financing for students with disabilities. Find expert advice on loans, grants and scholarships specifically for disabled students, as well as resources to help with the job search after graduation.
College Services and Resources- Lists a variety of information sites regarding postsecondary information so that potential students can identify campus
contacts who can provide information about accessibility, policy and services.
ERIC -Adult, Career, Vocational, Educational Clearinghouse- Provides comprehensive information publications, and services in career, vocational-technical education, and workforce preparation.
Facts about Transition from School to Work and Community Life-Resource guide for learning about the language of the law regarding school-to-work for individuals with mental retardation.
Guide to Information Technology Degrees-Information Technology Degree is a comprehensive website source providing information about starting a career in Information technology.
Job Bank USA-Specializes in providing employment and resume information services to job candidates, employers, and recruitment firms. Resumes can be submitted as a free service.
K-12 Vocational Sites-This site contains links to WWW pages maintained by K-12 vocational programs and other related sites.
Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - Vocational Education and Tech Prep-An A to Z list of resources for school-to-work, careers, and vocational education you'll want to check out.
National Transition Alliance For Youth with Disabilities-The NTA tries to maximize opportunities for youth transitioning from school to work. Good list of State Transition resources and links to on-line databases.
National Center for Research in Vocational Education (NCRVE)-The nation's largest center for research and development in work-related education supported by the U.S. Department of Education.
New Horizons Regional Education Center (NHREC)-Good examples of high school vocational, technical, special education, and apprenticeship programs in Hampton, VA are highlighted. Lot's of Internet and K-12 resources are also included.
School-to-Work Outreach Project-This site shares information generated from the School-to-Work Outreach Project to improve work opportunities for students with disabilities.
SCANS-Information on skills that employers need the most from their workers. SCANS skills are the predictors of success in workplace.
School-to-Work Employment and Training Administration-Extensive resource on school-to-work models, topic areas, organization, products, research and more at the Department of Labor.
School-to-careers One Stop Guide-The site was designed to facilitate the distribution of School-to-Work information to educators, students, and businesses. Explore the curriculum guide, STW catalog, and links.
The Job Accommodations Network-An international toll-free consulting service that provides information about job accommodations and the employability of people with disabilities. Don't miss the points of interest pages with over 180 links.
TransCen, Inc.-a non-profit organization providing creative and innovative projects in school to work transition, systems change in education, training and technical assistance on disability issues, and services related to disability in the workplace.
Technology Link for Careers-Introduces young people with disabilities to careers in high-tech fields. The list of schools all offer FREE or complimentary information.
Skills Net-This site is the "research voice" for the grassroots movement to deploy a National Skills Infrastructure. Check out their library, resource list, job bank, list serv and more.
School to Work-Vocational education resources to investigate from the Department of Education.
School-to-Work National Office-This site has the latest on legislation, special STW topics, articles, grant programs, educational materials, and related sites.
Technical Schools-Careers-A listing of hote technical school careers and related information on training.
2012-2013 Occupational Outlook Handbook-First stop for investigating future job trends with patterns listed by occupation. Useful reference tool for jobs, requirements etc.
Vocational Education Resources-Wealth of material on career and job information, legislation, publications, curriculum materials, and training.
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