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Workforce Development

CCi - California Career Innovations
The Solano County Office of Education (SCOE) in partnership with the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) and San Diego State University (SDSU) have implemented the California Career Innovations Work-Based Learning Initiative (CCi).The SCOE CCi is 1 or 6 funded by the US Department of Education throughout the nation.The goal of the CCi program is increased economic self-sufficiency, through planned education, work-based learning experiences and Competitive Integrated Employment (CIE) for students with a wide range of disabilities.

Career in Focus - Out of School Youth (OSY)

The Solano County Office of Education (SCOE) in partnership with the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) and San Diego State University (SDSU) have implemented the California Career Innovations Work-Based Learning Initiative (CCi).The SCOE CCi is 1 or 6 funded by the US Department of Education throughout the nation.The goal of the CCi program is increased economic self-sufficiency, through planned education, work-based learning experiences and Competitive Integrated Employment (CIE) for students with a wide range of disabilities.

Inclusion Films

In 2019 the Solano County Office of Education partnered with Inclusion Films and North Bay Regional Center to provide 16-22 year olds with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities the opportunity to attend Film Camp. The two week camp taught participants principles of filmmaking while practicing self-advocacy and self-determination skills.

TPP is a collaborative contract with the California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) and Solano County Office of Education (SCOE). The purpose of the TPP program is to provide employment services including employment preparation, job development and placement, follow up and non-supported employment to those students and adults eligible for DOR services in Solano County.

The Solano County Office of Education WorkAbility I program promotes independent living and provides comprehensive pre-employment worksite training, employment, and follow up services for youth in special education who are making the transition from school to work. The program serves both middle school and high school students. The middle school project assists eighth grade students with the transition to high school and with linking school to future careers.

Workforce Development Services


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