A full-day program offered to high school students with special needs.
Students in the CBVI Program volunteer at local businesses within the Washington County community to learn work skills. Students are rotated through different businesses to learn different skills.
• 4-hour day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
• 5-hour day from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Our team of Job Coaches supports students on-site to assist them in developing the necessary skills for employment after high school.
Transportation is provided to and from the job site by the home school district.
- Positive interactions with co-workers and supervisors
- Individual and team-building opportunities
- Real community workplace experiences
- Helping others through volunteering
- Problem-solving opportunities
- Students experience different jobs and try them out
- Students learn skills that will benefit them as they enter the world of work
- Students practice working in real-world settings, and TEC staff assess their abilities and strengths
- TEC Job Coaches monitor the students during their scheduled shifts and provide modeling and instruction on correctly completing assigned tasks
- Students should be referred to the CBVI program by their home school district
- Students must be willing to actively participate in the program
- Students must have good attendance
- Students should be at least 16 years of age
We empower our students to work hard so they can be as independent as possible.