Transition Center

  • The Transition Center is a program designed for special needs men/women (ages 18 – 21) to help them reach their goals. Functional academics, employability and independence are the main focuses of our program. Upon graduation from the program, students will leave with a solid foundation of being responsible, independent and successful adults. This program is held during the Snohomish School District’s typical school year. It is held from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Thursday. For more information, contact:

    Criteria for enrollment

    • Completed all high school requirements
    • Qualify only in adaptive and/or functional eds on their IEP
    • Work independently at a job site(s) with a job coach
    • Working towards independence in:
      • Transportation
      • Mobility
      • Employment
      • Personal care
      • Daily living skills

    Adaptive and functional academics

    • Money management (banking and budgeting)
    • Time management
    • Food handlers card
    • Instructional permit (test only)
    • Cooking
    • Shopping
    • Filing a tax return
    • Local/state/federal laws
    • Self-advocacy


    • Resume writing
    • Job research
    • Interviewing techniques
    • Communication skills
    • Job applications (on-line and hard copy)
    • Speed and accuracy on the job
    • Independence at a job site


    • Transportation (Community Transit, DART, driving, etc.)
    • Personal care
    • Mobility in the community/job site
    • Independence at a job
    • Daily life skills
    • Connection to agencies (if applicable)
    • Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)
    • Department Disabilities Administrations (DDA)