Students, who gain: an individualized transition plan that includes job readiness training to be part of the competitive workforce; work experience in “industries of choice,” and the social capital and quality of life built through sustainable employment;
Families, who learn about adult services and gain their own transition plan and support structure;
Schools, who can fully concentrate on their primary role – to educate the next generation;
Employers, who both inform CCS about, and – in some cases – help design training for, the skills needed for the next generation’s workforce, and who benefit from a previously untapped. but eager and skilled workforce;
Our community, which benefits whenever all its resources are recognized, valued, and energized to contribute.