Riverside County program helps students with special needs navigate the job market
June 8, 2017
An innovative adult life skills program through the Riverside County Office of Education, provides students with special needs a head start on job-seeking skills. The work training program serves special education students ages 18 through 22 who have received certificates of promotion/completion from their high schools.
While the Riverside County Office of Education has five transition programs, only one life skills class is held on a college campus. It was moved from Lake Elsinore High School to the Menifee Valley Campus of Mt. San Jacinto College in 2001, said instructor Edna O. Reid.
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