Pre-Employment Transition Services
Five Types of Pre-Employment Transition Services
- Job Exploration - Learn about different jobs, consider which jobs interest you and what skills you need to gain to be successful.
- Work-Based Learning Experience - Participate in activities to learn about the workplace.
- Counseling on Postsecondary Education - Learn about options for continued education and training after high school.
- Workplace Readiness Training - Learn about and gain skills to be ready for employment.
- Self-Advocacy Training, including Peer Mentoring - Learn about and gain skills to advocate for yourself and request accommodations that you need to be successful.
Note: Students under the age of 18 or over the age of 18 who have a guardian, will need parent/guardian permission to participate in the Pre-Employment Transition Services. The MRS-2900 – Student and Parental/Guardian Referral Consent for Pre-Employment Transition Services form will need to be completed.
Forms to Get Students Started with MRS
MRS-2900 – Student and Parental/Guardian Referral Consent for Pre-Employment Transition Services
Students who are 18 or older and do not have a guardian may give their own consent to receive these services.
MRS-2905 – School Verification of Student with a Disability Pre-Employment Transition Services
School Verification of Student with a Disability is completed by school personnel and requires documentation of the student’s disability.