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Project Search The Project SEARCH High School Transition Program is a one-year program designed to prepare students with disabilities who are in their last year of high school eligibility for entry-level employment. The program builds essential job-specific and employability skills needed to gain and maintain meaningful employment, lead productive lives and become integrated in an adult work environment.

The program integrates career exploration with a variety of worksite experiences, skill levels and related coursework. Through this unique employer-led training program, both intensive classroom and skills training will occur in the employment setting. This partnership with Otterbein-Lebanon Senior Lifestyle Community allows students to interact with staff and residents. Classes are held on the Otterbein campus.

Possible Worksite Experiences
  • Cafeteria Stocking
  • Dish Washing
  • Clerical/Filing Assistant
  • Basic Food Prep
  • Environmental Services
  • Landscaping
  • Activity Assistant
  • IT Technical Support
  • Pickup/Delivery of Supplies
  • Stocking Supplies
  • Laundry Room Assistant
  • Dietary/Dining Room Attendant
  • Skills Gained
  • Working Responsibly
  • Communicating Effectively
  • Solving Problems
  • Thinking Skillfully
  • Planning and Managing a Career
  • Applying Technology
  • Managing Resources
  • Employability Skills
  • Job Application Process
Internships & Job Placement

Students who are enrolled in Project SEARCH will participate in a series of worksite rotations as part of their career-technical training which will lead to the outcome of employment.

Contact Instructor Nick Vrettos at 513-696-8509 or [email protected].

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