Corvallis Community Transitions

This program is for adults 18-21 year of age with mild to moderate disabilities and focuses on serving students in the four areas of transition. We help students develop skills in independent living, community exploration, post-secondary education, and vocational training.

Students typically have completed high school with a Modified Diploma or a Certification of Completion and continue to be eligible for special education transition. Eligibility for this program continues through the school year that they turn 21. Our program provides a variety of hands-on, community-based activities including work experience, shopping, resumé building, and work readiness skills.

The program is staffed by certified teachers and trained specialists.

Program Activities

Vocational Training

ARC of Benton County, College Hill Horticulture, Community Services Consortium Garden, Corvallis Caring Place, Habitat for Humanity, Love Inc., South Corvallis Food Bank, St. Vincent De Paul

Independent Living

Budgeting and shopping, cooking, community transportation, personal care and hygiene, socialization

Post-Secondary Education

Linn-Benton Community College and Work Keys Assessment

Community Exploration

Bowling, community fitness facilities, library, local parks, movie theater, Oregon State University campus activities