Employment for ME provides one-stop access to a wealth of resources about work and disability — and the great value and opportunity that comes with a diverse workforce strategy that includes all workers, including those with disabilities.
High School and Beyond: A Guide to Transition Services in Maine is a resource guide to help understand why transition is important and what services are available in Maine.
Transition to Adulthood Training Module, from the Maine Access to Inclusive Education Resources at UMaine, is an interactive multimedia module providing an overview of key issues in the transition from school to adulthood.
Maine Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE) is an organization focused on promoting competitive integrated employment.
Jobs for Maine Graduates' Career Exploration Badge for Maine high school juniors and seniors is an opportunity to participate in 40 hours of meaningful work experiences facilitated through an intentionally designed exploration and reflection process.
NTACT:C provides information, tools, and supports to assist multiple stakeholders in delivering effective services and instruction for secondary students and out-of-school youth with disabilities.
CTI at Virginia Commonwealth University provides information, resources, demonstration, and research on pathways to employment that support youth with disabilities to gain access to integrated competitive employment to the fullest extent possible.
Think College provides resources, technical assistance, and training related to college options for students with intellectual disabilities.
Zarrow Institute on Transition and Self-Determination implements innovative research, puts findings into practice, and disseminates knowledge through high-quality products and professional development.