Since 1987, Community Skills of Chittenden South Supervisory Union provides middle and high school students the opportunity to learn job skills in their community, explore post-secondary options and get set for life! Based at the high school, the program provides year-round services to students on IEPs. Working closely with the student, school-based teams, families and adult service agencies, we help students step-up and out to achieve their goals.
Middle School Job Explorations: Learning about your interests and your community
High School Career Explorers Class: Learn to find jobs, interview and the skills you need to keep a job
High School Life Transitions Class: Learn about renting an apartment, opening a bank account, being your own voice and
advocate, navigating adult choices and responsibilities.
Job Internships: semester-long training in a job
Fall Work Crew and Spring Farm Crew: Students work in small groups to learn agricultural and home maintenance and yard
skills by helping others
Summer Internships: Employed students get the support they need to stay on jobs.