Potentially Eligible (PE) Student Services consist of pre-employment transition services, provided in accordance with the needs and interests of the student, that fall within the following five categories:

  • JOB EXPLORATION COUNSELING

    Offers ways to learn about the different kinds of jobs and which ones are best for your strengths and interests

    • Explore Career Options
    • Find the jobs that fit you best
    • Explore career interest through assessments, conversations, and labor market research

    POST-SECONDARY COUNSELING

    Learn about different educational programs available and resources to support your educational success

    • Explore different kinds of academic and occupational training
    • Explore career options available
    • Find out what classes or credentials you need for the career you want
    • Learn about the admissions process at college, technical, and trade schools
    • Discover resources and disability support services to help you succeed in school
    • Identify options to pay for school

    WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCES

    Offers a variety of ways to connect with local professional and get real-world work

    • Job shadowing
    • Mentoring Opportunities

    WORKPLACE READINESS TRAINING

    Prepares students for employment by learning good work habits, interpersonal skills, and developing independent living skills

    • Develop money management skills
    • Learn what happens to SSI/SSDI benefits when you go to work

    SELF-ADVOCACY TRAINING

    Helps you build leadership skills, gain confidence in professional environments, and understand what you need to succeed.

    • Understand your rights at work
    • Learn about accommodations and supports and how to request them
    • Practice communicating thoughts, needs, and concerns
    • Build connections & leadership skills
Last Modified on September 27, 2019