Vocational Adjustment Lab

Summer News


  • CEVEC Industries  is a working company that procures competitive contracts from communtiy based companies who have high quality expectations and deadlines completion for product from our students
  • We work with over 20 different businesses from our area                            
  • Students  will be trained for future employment in their community
  • Via CEVEC Industries work opportunities and Cevec's power Standards Curriculum, students participating in the VAL program develop a variety of work skills, characteristics, and ethics essential for success in the world of work
  • Essential skills, such as; professional behavior,independence, time management, work speed and quality, communication and safety, as well as other critical work behaviors will be developed  through VAL participation

Training/Community Experience
Practice and master basic warehouse skills
       (2-wheeler dolly, flat bed and pallet jack use)
Safe use of hand tools and small table top devices/machines
      (heat sealers, electric staplers, arbor press and more) 

Work skills
      (assenbly, packaging, sealing, collating, inspecting,and preparing goods for shipment)  
Val students have traveled , along with staff, to and from contracted companies  to pick up and deliver product

Typical Outcome for Students
Develop basic "soft " skills, social skills, and work ethics to succeed in the workplace
Becoming connected with adult service agencies
Being prepared to participate in the next level of CEVEC training, with the ultimate goal of competitive employment

For more information, a personal presentation, or tour of our facility, please call us at 440-995-7456 or 440-995-7791. Our hours are from 8-3 daily.
Will be out for Summer and will back Aug. 12 

Program Overview

Giving students the opportunity to find out what working means is the  goal of the VAL program, also knows as CEVEC Industries.  Students  complete work that is provided by area businesses.  Understanding  important "work adjustment" concepts, such as work speed and work  quality are the building blocks of understanding what it means to be a  worker. 


Office: 440-995-7791

   Cell: 330-541-8869

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