The Multi-Occupations program is designed to provide students with disabilities the opportunity to explore career areas, develop appropriate work habits and attitudes and gain basic job skills through hands-on experience.
To meet students’ individual needs, there are three program components that provide flexible progression for students 16 to 21 years of age. Each student selects a career option that meets his or her needs to become job-ready and prepares the student for the transition to the world of work. Students participating in the Multi-Occupations program are provided with a variety of support services to assist them in achieving their individual goals. Clusters focus on employability, independent living, and social and safety skills needed to participate within the home and community.