Community and Career Exploration

Career and Community Exploration (CCE)

Career and Community Exploration: Emily Solberg, Job Training Coordinator

                    esolberg@mayfieldschools.org

                    440-995-7476

Community based sites: University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center and Ursuline College.

Departments: Environmental Services, Nutrition Services, Supply Chain, Ambassador, Retail

 

 The program offers job seekers:

 

  • Job seekers explore areas of employment in health care, hospitality and human services related fields.

  • Job seekers attend weekly employability classes that focus on work behaviors (ex. professional behavior, time management, initiative, responding to constructive feedback, communication) and how to apply these skills in a variety of work environments.

  • Job seekers practice pedestrian travel training and are assessed on safety and independence in the community.  Job seekers learn about public transportation, and apply, if desired, for discount fare cards.

  • Job seekers create resumes for job seeking, fill out job applications with support if/when needed, participate in mock interviews and attend job fairs when possible.

  •  Families and job seekers are provided linkages to adult service agency partners (County Boards of Developmental Disabilities and Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities-OOD) along with school district collaboration to assist with transition planning. 

 

 Program Staff:

 

Emily Solberg, Job Training Coordinator

 

Kim Fritts, Job Trainer/Para Professional 

Heidi Wuescher, Job Trainer/Para Professional  

Michelle Zenobi, Job Trainer/Para Professional



Menorah Park Job Training Site

Career and Community Exploration Program

CEVEC
 

Career and Community Exploration:

 The program offers job seekers:

 

Job seekers explore areas of employment in health care, hospitality and human services fields.

 

Job seekers attend weekly employability classes that focus on work behaviors (ex. Professional behavior, time management, initiative, responding to constructive feedback, communication) and how to apply these skills in a variety of work environments.

 

Job seekers practice pedestrian travel training and are assessed on safety and independence in the community.

 

Job seekers learn about public transportation, practice traveling on public transportation and apply, if desired, for travel pass.

 

Job seekers create resumes for job seeking.


Job seekers fill out job applications with support if/when needed.


Job seekers participate in mock interviews and attend job fairs when possible.

 

Job seekers, when employed, are offered job coaching services as determined by their team.

 

Job seekers learn self advocacy skills across various environments( leading IEP/Transition meetings, job interviewing skills, incorporating technology in the workplace for independence).

 

Families and job seekers are provided linkages to adult service agency partners along with school district collaboration to assist with transition planning. 



 
 Program Staff:
 
Emily Solberg, Job Training Coordinator

Kim Fritts, Job Trainer/Para Professional 
Heidi Wuescher, Job Trainer/Para Professional  
Michelle Zenobi, Job Trainer/Para Professional
 
 
© Copyright2022. Mayfield City Schools. All Rights Reserved. Non Discrimination Policy School CMS Created by eSchoolView
View text-based website