Transition from School to Work
The Transition from School to Work program prepares students with disabilities and enhances opportunities for high school graduation and successful transition into the adult world of work. This program is provided through the TEC Education Center and Community Based Vocational Instructional Program. This program is unique because it helps the dropout rate statistics of high school students. The results of this program help seniors graduate, 100% are competitively employed, in post-secondary training or involved in meaningful community work activities.
Supported Employment Program
TEC’s Supported Employment Program improves lives of people with disabilities by assisting individuals with mental health needs, substance abuse needs, and physical disabilities to acquire skills necessary to secure and retain competitive employment. This program is provided through community-based work assessments, job finding services, and job support services. This program is unique because it helps assist individuals with disabilities to acquire the necessary skills to secure and retain competitive employment. The outcomes of this program are a reduction of unemployment, less reliance upon public entitlement programs, fewer individuals incarcerated and increase in tax revenues for the community.