Add-Us-In Kansas City provides career opportunities for urban youth with disabilities through a business led network.
The BASE Project, in Springfield, provides students with opportunities to develop career awareness, exploration, assessment, and positive social skills.
The Believe-to-Achieve program, in Cape Girardeau, is a nine-week on-the-job training opportunity for students with disabilities and at-risk students.
The Career Training Program (CTP), in St. Louis, is a community-based work training program.
The Center on Transition Innovations (CTI) provides evidence-based resources and information along with emerging practices in the transition of youth with disabilities.
The Center highlights research-based strategies that produce optimal employment and career achievement for youth with disabilities
Read Missouri's statement of commitment to Employment First outcome for individuals with disabilities.
An on-line career planning tool available to students, parents, and transition professionals as a resource to assist with career planning.
NCSET coordinates national resources, offers technical assistance, and disseminates information related to secondary education and transition for youth with disabilities in order to create opportunities for youth to achieve successful futures.
NSTTAC provides technical assistance and disseminates information to State Education Agencies, Local Education Authorities, schools, and other stakeholders so that students with disabilities are prepared for post-secondary education and the workforce.
Project Rise (Reaching for Independent Successful Employment) creates employment opportunities at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City for individuals with disabilities.
Project Search helps students transition from school to work through hands-on experience and job-skills development.
PACER's TATRA project focuses on helping families prepare youth with disabilities for employment, post-secondary education, and independent living outcomes.
Resources about post-secondary transition for educators, VR Counselors, Independent Living Specialists, and families
The Virginia Commonwealth University RRTC develops and promotes evidence-based practices to increase employment and provides resources for professionals, individuals with disabilities, and their representatives.