School to Work and Transition

Across the Pacific Northwest, school districts, the State Departments of Vocational Rehabilitation and Developmental Disabilities, and local counties collaborate to assist students in finding competitive integrated employment as they transition from High School to the workforce. This section provides information and materials that will help parents, students and teachers in making this transition as smoothly as possible.

Visit our King County School to Work Page

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Resources

National Center on Secondary Education and Transition

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Institute for Community Inclusion
Transition Coalition
Autism Guidebook for Washington State

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