Peter Kelly[email protected]
The Earl L. Pulley Career Center strives to meet the career educational needs of all students regardless of their personal challenges. The Pulley Career Center is committed to:
- Providing career and independent life skills training to students with disabilities.
- Empowering a diverse population of students for transition to a variety of post-secondary options.
- Providing students with the requisite skills for self-determination, independent living, and education for employment.
- Coordinating the transition of all students with post-secondary service providers.
Successful transition is facilitated through a continuum of instructional strategies, interdisciplinary team services, technology utilization, and community resources. The program is designed to serve students with disabilities aged 18-22 years who require instruction through a modified curriculum focused on life and career skills.
Instruction is provided in a wide range of environments, including:
Last Updated: 2019-02-01
- Small group classrooms
- School-based jobsites, both enclave and independent
- Community-based jobsites, both enclave and independent
- Community resource sites, such as public transportation, banks, shops, etc.
- Supervised settings, with support provided by school staff and/or natural supports
- Unsupervised settings, such as independent jobsites and use of public transportation