Students, know your rights!
This tip sheet informs students over 18 of their rights to continue their education in high school, with options of attending general high school or an alternative program.
Helping People Discover Their Own Path to Employment
The Office of Disability Employment Policy, Department of Labor, and the LEAD Center provided this Guide to Self-Guided Discovery.
Mental Health Conditions and Employment
Disability accommodations for Mental Health Conditions.
Youth Employment Resource Center
FDIC’s resources support financial education and access to safe accounts for youth in employment programs.
List of Companies Hiring Remote Workers
Updated list of companies with openings that hire remote employees who work from home.
The YES! Center
Central source of information and support for the Partnerships in Employment state projects.
Assistive Technology for Teens and Young Adults
Tips for selecting assistive technology for young adults.
AYPF Brief Examines Using ESSA to Improve Educational Services in Juvenile Justice Facilities
Using the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) to enhance education in juvenile justice facilities.
Individualized Learning Plans throughout the Lifespan
Career development resources and examples of implementation for an expanded range of ages.
Postsecondary Results through Cross-System Collaboration
Collaboration among education and workforce development leads to increases in post-secondary attainment and workforce preparation.
Covers transition planning, services, requirements, education/employment options, and decision-making by students.
Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities
Explains the transition process in family friendly language for self-advocates and their parents.
Career and Continuing Education Services Tip Sheet
Family-friendly language provides tips for ACCES-VR eligible youth and their parents to develop an employment or continuing education plan.
Federal Hiring for Individuals with Disabilities
Apply for Federal jobs using a special hiring authority known as “Schedule A” for students with disabilities.
The ABCs of SCHEDULE A
Tips for students with disabilities on getting federal jobs.