Pre-employment Transition Services
(Pre-ETS) are career exploration and job readiness services that help students with disabilities prepare for their future employment.
- Have a documented disability
- Be between the ages of 14-22 years old
- Be enrolled in an educational setting (public, private or charter schools, home school, college, GED programs, etc.)
Online & In-person Workshops
- Instruction in Self-Advocacy
- Workplace Readiness Training
- Counseling on Post-Secondary Education & Training Opportunities
- Job Exploration Counseling
- Work-Based Learning
We specialize in services that support individuals with disabilities to develop the skills to reach their independent living goals.
Many of our staff members are individuals with disabilities that have knowledge of the supports and training needed to successfully transition to adult community life.
We continue a 40-year tradition of offering and promoting programs to empower people with all disabilities to take personal responsibility so that they may achieve or continue independent living lifestyles within the community.
“Under Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI and VII) and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Ability360 prohibits discrimination in admissions, programs, services, activities or employment based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, and disability. Ability360 must make a reasonable accommodation to allow a person with a disability to take part in a program, service, or activity. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. For example, this means that if necessary, Ability360 must provide sign language interpreters for people who are deaf, a wheelchair accessible location, or enlarged print materials. It also means that Ability360 will take any other reasonable action that allows you to take part in and understand a program or activity, including making reasonable changes to an activity. If you believe that you will not be able to understand or take part in a program or activity because of your disability, please let us know of your disability needs in advance if at all possible. To request this document in alternative format or for further information about this policy please contact: April Reed, 602-443-0722. “Para obtener este documento en otro formato o obtener información adicional sobre esta política, April Reed, 602-443-0722.”
This program was funded through a contract with the Arizona Department of Economic Security. Points of view are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the Department.
360Youth is funded through the Garcia Family Foundation.
Navigating Life Transitions: Arizona’s Transition Resource Guide
Transition means moving from one place to another. One big transition is leaving high school to become an adult. This guide will help you do that. It is for:
● Young people
● Support people like teachers and staff
This guide can help you reach your goals.
There are many people and businesses that can help you. They all work together. This guide will tell you about how they can help. That way you can make the right choice for you.