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Welcome to WorkAbility 


WorkAbility I (WAI) is a California school and community transition program working to benefit student, employers, and the community at large. 

Its purpose is to provide secondary special education students transition services and the opportunity to obtain marketable job skills while completing their education.


Students with a current IEP from grades 9th-12th may drop in for information on:

  • Evaluation of student interests and abilities
  • Pre-employment skills
  • Work Maturity skills
  • Career exploration and counseling
  • Employment Opportunities
  • How to get a job
  • Work experience opportunities/vocational/on-the-job training
  • Worksite monitoring and supervision/job follow-up
  • College Information

WA1 California Transition Program

WA1 California Transition Program


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