If you have questions or would like information on planning and
working toward after-high school goals, you have come to the
right place! As the Transition Specialist, I am here to assist
and/or refer you to the most beneficial resources available.
Please email me at
firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the office if you have
post-graduation needs. Check
this out to see what our career assessment services can do, and take a look at my new Glogster (http://jstgelais.edu.glogster.com/main/)
for ongoing, up-to-date online transition resources!
Jodi Facteau-St. Gelais
HFM BOCES, Special Education Division
ATTENTION STUDENTS: NEW ONLINE RESOURCES
Do you know what subject area you have interest in and need to
find which jobs fit with that area?
Check out the
Bureau of Labor and Statistics online guide to find:
Careers listed according to
interests and hobbies
Career information describing job
duties, working conditions, training requirements, earnings
levels, and employment prospects
Links from each occupation to
more information in the Occupational Outlook Handbook
Just click on the subject area and you are on your way!
you thinking of attending a technical or career school after
US Department of Education site may be helpful to you! This
A school search tool
Important questions you'll want
to ask before enrolling in a career college or technical school
Information on certificate
training and licensure, financial tips, and links to other
helpful resources on the web
Planning on going to college after high school?
checklist from the National Center of Learning Disabilities
gives you what you need to know.
you have questions about how to pay for after-high school
Financial resource information for post-high school education is
available through the University of Washington group
DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and
For ALL THINGS transition, go
fantastic site from the HEATH Resource Center! It provides
modules ranging from emotional health after high school to a
parents guide to transition.
Think College is a wonderful site for students, parents, and
professionals to learn about college options for people with
Looking for a job?
site gives listings for local businesses that are hiring.
You may find something to apply to!