Announcements

Orientation Information & Updates

UPDATES Next is closed to the public for in-person visits but we are still here for you! Most of our resources are still available to you virtually. Please contact one of our TEAM MEMBERS for more information. ORIENTATION INFORMATION If you are interested in attending Next, please follow the link below and watch our Virtual Orientation. After you watch the orientation please fill out the Next Application linked below. One of our Talent Development Specialists will be reaching out to you shortly! CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIRTUAL ORIENTATION↓ Watch the Virtual Orientation CLICK HERE AFTER YOU WATCH THE VIDEO↓ Next Application   OPEN DOORS UPDATE Open Doors offices are currently closed, but our Case Management services are available remotely to support current students. Please contact your individual case manager or Amiel Pascual at 360-949-1987 for more information.
Mark Fenske
March 17, 2020
Work Experience

Summer Works

SummerWorks is a paid summer work experience program. This program serves youth age 16 to 21 who have an IEP or 504 Plan. The primary goal of SummerWorks is to prepare young people for the workforce by providing a free work readiness workshop followed by placement in an entry level job. To participate in SummerWorks one must be between 16 and 21 years of age, have an IEP or 504 Plan, be enrolled in a school, and live in Clark County. Participating students must be able to work and transport themselves independently. Please fill out the application that is attached and turn in copies of the required documents to your case manager. SummerWorks Application cover letter SW If you have any questions please contact Becky Mohagen or Nathan Abbott. Becky Mohagen, SummerWorks Coordinator                     Nathan Abbott, SummerWorks Specialist 360-952-3453                                                                                     (360) 952-3379 becky.mohagen@esd112.org                                                    nathan.abbott@esd112.org                                           
Hannah Lumbert
March 12, 2020
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