Employment Services

Job & career training

Skills to Work and Care to Support

Find your opportunity to contribute through customized
education, real-world job experience and skills training. Our
goal is to help you learn the skills you desire and find paid
employment, contributing to both the workforce and your own
success. Through partnerships with the business community,
our employment services include:

  • Ongoing employment
  • Assistance with maintaining or changing employment
  • Assistance with scheduling
  • Transportation
  • Communication with employers
  • Development of job skills that increase employability

Skills Training

High school students with disabilities between the ages of 16-21 may enroll in an employment program that provides vocational transition opportunities. The Division of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) provides wages for the students, the school district finances the job development and job coaching services, and the employer provides an actual work environment with real tasks. This invaluable real-life work experience can lead to a stable job with a regular paycheck.

Project Skills

Our employment program provides vocational transition opportunities to high school students with disabilities between the ages of 16-21. The goal is to offer the invaluable real-life work experience that can lead to a stable job with a paycheck. The Division of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) provides wages for the students, the school district finances the job development and job coaching services, while the employer provides an actual work environment with real tasks.

Employment Services

Sesdac provides skills training through partnerships with the business community, which often lead to job opportunities. We work to build the skills that increase our clients’ employability by assisting with ongoing employment, with changing employment, transportation, and communication with employers.