About the Program
FrameWORK for Success enables high school students with disabilities to learn unique skills that are of value to employers. ServiceSource Delaware works collaboratively with school districts and local businesses to provide opportunities for students to learn vocational skills, explore community-based employment and complete paid and unpaid internships, to make informed decisions about future career goals.
Students also participate in comprehensive job readiness training and employment planning services, which includes: job seeking training, resume development, how to manage employer expectations and more. The FrameWORK for Success program supports planning after high school by also determining if post-secondary education will be beneficial, or if the student should pursue employment right out of high school.
Students are offered a hybrid of virtual learning experiences as well as community work assessments if comfortable. All community experiences are currently optional.
Eligibility and Exit Criteria
Students must be at least 16 years of age and referred by a participating school district. There is no transition between services, which continue until participants achieve their objectives or services are interrupted. If there are any changes in the funding of services, ServiceSource Delaware will work with referral sources and other community organizations to resolve any issues.
FrameWORK for Success operates Monday through Friday, according to school district transportation arrangements. The days the program will be closed depend on school district and ServiceSource Delaware schedules. Staff will inform students when the program is closed.
- Students attend from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
- When ServiceSource Delaware is open and the school is closed, participants are encouraged to report to ServiceSource Delaware.
For more information on the FrameWORK for Success program, visit our Contact Us page or call 302-762-0300.