Get Ready for Life After High School

Get Ready for Life After High School

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For descriptions of our programs, eligibility and enrollment, please see the list below:

Career Strategies Youth Services

Offers a variety of standardized test prep, admissions and financial aid counseling to help individuals with post-secondary plans for college, trade and vocational programs.

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Project WOW (World of Work)

Project WOW (World of Work) offers 24-weeks property maintenance training, trades diploma and GED preparation for youth 18–24 throughout Philadelphia who have dropped out of high school.

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Philadelphia Independence Network (PIN)

Philadelphia Independence Network (PIN) empowers young adults with disabilities in a supportive co-ed community so that they can live independent and fulfilling lives.

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Lasko College Prep Program

Students receive no-cost college guidance, SAT tutoring services and internship placement at local Jewish non-profit agencies. Summer program lasts seven weeks and is open to eligible Jewish high school juniors interested in attending a four-year college or university. 

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Preparing for, Attaining and Sustaining Success (PASS)

PASS (Preparing for, Attaining and Sustaining Success) supports high school students through their graduation and transition to work and/or higher education. Through college preparatory classes, paid internships and career workshops, students are empowered to succeed post-high school.

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Student Transition Services

Student Transition Services prepares students with disabilities to transition from the world of school to the world of adulthood, work, postsecondary education or vocational training. Work-based learning experiences help students identify vocational interests, aptitudes and preferred work environments.

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