Transition to Life Program
Our Transition to Life Program provides complementary academic instruction and student engagement in technology, in partnership with employment experiences for high school students in foster care and for students with developmental disabilities. Transition to live features of the following program elements:
- Computer-based General Education Development (GED) preparation
- Online data base portfolio
- Regional Occupational Center vocational training
- Volunteer work experience
- School-to-Work job placement
- Student salaries and transportation provided by the program
- Exit strategy/individual blueprint for completed educational and career goals
Students learn how to access their transcripts, resumes, student biographies and photographs, volunteer history, letters of recommendation, interview questions, and agency contacts from any Internet-based location.
Extending our support to youth as they transition to adulthood, Transition to Life provides every participant with uninterrupted access to web-based information vital to pursuing educational and career goals. All program participants have access to the database after graduating from high school or emancipating from the child welfare system. An email link in every profile allows current and former students the long-term benefit of contacting our agency for technical support and transitional services.
Transition to Life Program Forms
Below are pdf files that will help you prepare for job interviews, along with a sample resume that can also be used as a template for creating your own document. Th links page has plenty of useful sites in helping you prepare for your transition and the personal file page will link you to your own online storage area where you can upload and download yoru important documents.
To obtain a username and password or for further assistance, please contact Rafeal Deloera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click on an image below to download the file.
Transition to Life Program Links
State test for students interested in going to college
California Community Colleges
2 year school link for 109 community colleges
Campus Tours: Virtual College Tours
Take a virtual tour on campuses across USA
FAFSA on the web – U.S. Departmetn of Education
FAFSA (Free Application For Federal Student Aid) – Fill out the FAFSA application
Job search for local and national occupational opportunities
Job Corp Centers
Skills for Today’s Workforce
Helps with the listed skills: workplace, personal, life, math and study, communication.
California Career Zone
Assesment to help discover career paths
California Department of Rehabilitation
Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines & Coast Guard
College Scholarship for Foster Youth
Register online for the draft
Department of Motor Vehicles