Career & Community Exploration

Career and Community Exploration (CCE)

In the Career and Community Exploration program, students have the opportunity to participate in vocational experiences on the following

campuses:

 

Menorah Park Campus for Senior Living, Montefiore Nursing Home, Ahuja Medical Center as well as some retail opportunities.  

Students attend full and half day programs with the focus on preparing students for community based, competetive employment.  

Find out more by clicking on the Teacher's Website link below. 

Menorah Park Job Training Site

Career and Community Exploration Program

Welcome to our team.  Students assigned to this team will have the opportunity to explore different vocational experiences on the Menorah Park Campus for Senior Living, Montefiore Nursing Home, Ahuja Medical Center campus and TJ Maxx.  Our team offers different levels of supports to the student interns as needed.   This means that the students, depending on their job assignments, will be assigned to a mentor (a current employee) and will also be supervised by CEVEC staff ranging from 5% to 70% of their scheduled work shift.  The staff to student ratio varies between one staff to two students to one staff to nine students.  Students have the opportunity to work in several different areas on this team including maintenance, housekeeping, food service, dish washing, laundry, customer service, and banquet set up.

Students also participate in work meetings that focus on the sixteen CEVEC Power Standards as well as social skills and transition activities throughout the school year.  These lessons help to prepare the students to display professional vocabulary, behaviors and skills required to obtain and maintain employment in the community.  Our team also assists students with travel training to help prepare them to be as independent as possible. 

The CEVEC staff at this site has partnerships with the Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities, Lake County, Geauga County and the Cuyahoga County Boards of Developmental Disabilities.  These working relationships benefit the students by assisting them to gain eligibility through the OEDI as well as to secure employment in summer work programs and post school work options.

 
 
Emily Solberg, Job Training Coordinator
Sandy Javorek, Job Trainer
Maureen McReynolds, Job Trainer  
Michelle Zenobi, Job Trainer
 
 

Upcoming Days Off

Please note that CEVEC is closed on the following dates:
September 27th for Staff Development
September 30th for Rosh Hashanah
October 9th for Yom Kippur
October 11th for NEOEA Day
October 21st for Teacher Work Day
 
 If you have any questions please email Mrs. Solberg at esolberg@mayfieldschools.org
 
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