SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM: Serves the vocational training needs of Washington County Public School students ages 14-21. Students live at home and attend training during a regular public school day. Students receive an educational program designed to enable them to earn a Maryland public schools High School Certificate. Individuals must participate in entire program and learn vocational skills. Job Development Center is not an employment agency.
1) VOCATIONAL TRAINING AND ACADEMICS: Offers Language Arts, Math, Computer Skills and Handwriting, Life and Work Skills including Food Service, Housekeeping, Building Maintenance/Woodworking, Horticulture/Grounds Keeping, Industrial Assembly, Work Preparation/ Job Placement Skills, Adaptive Physical Education and other individualized instruction designed with the students needs in mind..
2) SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: Offers school events such as the Fall Formal Dance, the school Prom, annual Christmas Craft Festival, JDC Pride Days, and many other special activities to help with developing students social skills.
1350 Marshall Street
Agency: Washington County Public Schools
Languages Available: Accommodations possible.
Payment Description: None.
Intake and Eligibility: County school students ages 14 to 21 who are enrolled in school or have completed their HS Program.