The Community Rightful Center provides services that established the foundation for youth to participate in the workforce through training and work readiness. CRC also prepares youth for post secondary education to equip them for their career pathway.
Transitional Youth – these services help students with disabilities train for a job, continue their education, or find a job after high school. Under this program, participants will have the opportunity to receive sponsored career counseling, work readiness training, and fully integrated work experiences in the community. These services are delivered while youths are still in high school and establish the foundation for a seamless transition to individualized training and education.
Self-Advocacy– Self-Advocacy is a service designed to prepare individuals on how to better communicate their strengths, abilities, interest, and needs when interviewing with potential employers or applying to trade schools, colleges, or universities. Students will learn how to represent themselves and make decisions that affect their lives.
Peer Mentoring A time limited, self-advocacy training service where a Mentor/Peer who is close in age (within Approximately 6 years) teaches the youth through a one-on-one mentoring relationship how to self-advocate for community, social and professional services and supports.
VR Career Camp – Responds to the growing need for the community based innovative and flexible services, designed to help youth and young adults ages 14-21 with disabilities build confidence, workplace skills, obtain employment. The main objective is integrating classroom instructions, while building workplace skills through group activities and access to community resources.
- Customer service skills
- Time management
- Business etiquette
- Communication skills
- Motivational skills
- Effective résumé writing
- Mock interviews
We hope we find you well. To inquire, just contact our center.