This section of Info to Go includes information about student transition beyond secondary education.

Postsecondary Educational Programs Network: Deaf and Hard of Hearing (Pepnet 2)

This website provides links to a variety of resources on topics and issues surrounding postsecondary education for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Many of the resources may also be applicable for middle or high school students.

Students on the Go: A Travel Training Manual (Clerc Center)

This training manual developed at the Clerc Center is intended to train students for safe and independent travel.

REACH - Research on Employment and Adapting to Change: Center for Studies on Career Success (NTID)

This resource includes provides research-based insights on career growth and promotion from published literature to help deaf and hard of hearing people improve their paths to career success. In addition to research findings on the employment and careers of deaf and hard of hearing individuals, there is valuable career-related information on career planning and factors that go into career success.

Transition Skills Guidelines  (Clerc Center, PDF) 

This 2006 document developed at the Clerc Center outlines transition standards and benchmarks for student transitioning from secondary education to post- secondary education or to the workplace. It is also available in Spanish.

Vocational Rehabilitation Services – FAQ for Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing High School Students (developed for the Clerc Center, 2008 PDF)

This document was developed by Annette Reichman and Susan Jacoby as part of a transition series: Lifetime of Learning and Earning and answers numerous questions about vocational rehabilitation (VR).

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