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VIP, Inc. Creating Winning Partnerships with Our Communities
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Developing skills to transition students with disabilities from high school to
work training, employment and independence.

Your Success Depends on Finding the Right Workers

The goal of VIP, Inc.’s Transition Program is to assist students during the last two years of school develop the necessary skills to successfully transition from high school to work training, employment and independence. An extensively-trained transition specialist identifies each student’s needs and designs an individualized support and training program to gain work experience and secure paid employment.

EACH STUDENT IN THE TRANSITION PROGRAM WILL
BE PROVIDED AN OPPORTUNITY FOR:
  TWO YEARS PRIOR TO GRADUATION
Work Experience Phase
Job Shadowing
On-The-Job-Training and Employment Skills Instruction
   
ONE YEAR PRIOR TO GRADUATION
Employment Preparation Phase
Gaining experience in natural work environments at
VIP employer sites
Attending IEP meetings and collaborating agencies
Attending weekly job club meetings
   
ONE MONTH PRIOR TO GRADUATION
Job Placement Phase Phase
Meetings with a VIP job placement specialist to identify
employer options
Developing job interviewing skills and participating in
mock interviews
Assisting in securing employment
Transistion Program
What is the Summer Work Program
VIP, Inc. provides a Summer Work Program to assist students in retaining the work skills developed throughout the school year. Program days and hours are dependent upon the work site assigned to each individual. All students enrolled in the Transition Program will be offered the opportunity to participate in the Summer Work Program.
What is the Summer Work Program
VIP, Inc. works with each student as a team to develop a plan to help each individual reach his or her highest potential. To assist in this process, it is essential that each student meets the following prerequisites before admission to the program.
must be at least 16 years old with working papers
must be eligible for Regional Center and Department of Rehabilitation
must demonstrate the desire to work
must have the potential to follow directions, work independently and work cooperatively
must maintain satisfactory attendance based upon individual needs and behavioral characteristics
(if attendance falls below 80 percent an objective regarding improving attendance will be added to the ITP)
must be able to use the restroom independently or provide own attendant
must be able to administer own medication or provide own attendant (if needed during working hours)
must not need an inordinate amount of supervision
For further information, please contact:
Dorinda Sinor
Transition Coordinator
909.483.5924
dorindas@vipsolutions.com
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Corporate Office
8675 Boston Place • Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 483-5924 • (909) 483-5927 Fax
High Desert Office
17292 Eucalyptus Street • Hesperia, CA 92345
(760) 948-1312 • (760) 948-0993 Fax
San Bernardino Office
1310 East Riverview Dr. • San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 478-7537 • (909) 796-2154 Fax
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