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To receive more information about how to access Recurring Pre-employment Transition Services, please contact the VR office in your region.

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tools for life logo Tools for Life:
March 9-10, 2020
Making Assistive Technology Work For You! Throughout the two-day event, there will be keynote speakers and presentations around employment, assistive technology, post-secondary education, independent living, and self-advocacy/self-direction. Get more information.
iesdb logo IESDB Work Camp and Paid Work Experience:
June 7 – July 12, 2020 
Summer chat camp that will include 4 weeks of paid work experience. The camp will include interpreters for all students needing one. Paid work experience starts June 15, 2020.

isu logo

ISU Academy NexT (New and exciting Transitions) June 8-12, 2020 (CANCELLED) Combined with the July 27 – 31 Camp. (see other listing)

Students spend one week on the ISU campus to participate in job exploration, career counseling, interview skills with the simulated environment/avatar, self-advocacy, independent living skills, community integration, and college life. Students will learn to budget, experience college classes, learn to use technology to support note taking, use of Livescribe pens, Chromebooks, and iPads, tour campus, meet disability services. (Residential)

sole logo SOLE LEAD (Selkirk Outdoor Leadership and Education Leadership Environmental Awareness Development): June 8-12, 2020

Students spend five days and four nights learning skills that will lead to successful employment. Students will be exposed to jobs that focus on environmental science and participate in hands-on activities that teach scientific and ecological principles. (Residential)


bsu logo Boise State University PREP Academy:
June 14-19, 2020
Students spend one week on the BSU campus to experience college life, learn how to take notes in college, access Educational Access Center, understand financial aid, etc. (Residential)

isu logo ISU Academy NexT (New and exciting Transitions)[Section 2]: July 27-31, 2020

Students spend one week on the ISU campus to participate in job exploration, career counseling, interview skills with the simulated environment/avatar, self-advocacy, independent living skills, community integration, and college life. Students will learn to budget, experience college classes, learn to use technology to support note taking, use of Livescribe pens, Chromebooks, and iPads, tour campus, meet disability services. (Residential)

u of i logo U of I Vandal Academy: Rescheduled to July 27 – 31, 2020

Students spend one week on the University of Idaho campus to experience college life, learn how to take notes in college, access disability support services, understand financial aid, learn independent living skills, etc. (Residential)

ymca logo YMCA Camps: Flexible dates throughout the summer

Students will participate in a leadership in training (LIT) or a counselor in training (CIT) summer camp. The LIT program takes a deeper look into leadership, team building and problem solving.

The CIT program teaches the work skills needed to be a camp counselor and working with children.


Paid Summer Work Experience: TBD

Students will participate in one week non-paid job readiness training to prepare for working. Students will then participate in a part time paid experience for 5 weeks. On the job work site trainers will be available to students as support is needed.

Work of ArtIdaho Parents Unlimited Inc logo  Youth with disabilities create an original piece of art under the guidance of a professional teaching artist. Students will collaboratively determine the type of visual art produced with the teaching artist. They will choose from photo mosaic interpretations of an organization’s products, word paintings using a generated word list of the client’s choice, or contemporary art utilizing the client’s materials or client portfolio samples. (dates vary based on project)

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