• Job Training & Life Skills

    "I learned small engine repair. Project Discovery helped me get a job and now I help my mom care for our family."

  • Transition & IDEA Compliant

    "Love the hands-on learning, job tools, pre-post tests and work performance benchmarks."

  • Identify Natural Talent & Passions

    "Game-changer for students with autism, students at-risk and students with special needs."

  • Career Pathways For Every Learner!

    Explore 400 career fields and job skills in today's marketable industries and trades.

Project Discovery Career Education Transition Curriculum

Project Discovery career education transition curriculum can motivate more students at-risk and with special needs to stay in school, graduate, get jobs and live more independently. It all starts with career exploration to identify students’ interests and passions. Many career pathways to choose. Over 150 career kits help you teach job skills in today’s marketable industries and trades.

Check out the adapted series to ensure that learners, of every ability level, are job, college and life ready.

Students love the hands-on learning with real tools and activities.  Teachers appreciate the comprehensive pre-post tests, alternative assessments and workforce performance benchmarks to easily manage compliance data for transition and IDEA Indicators 13 and 14.

Join thousands of educators and 5000 U.S. schools and organizations who now use Project Discovery in school-to-work programs, special education, general inclusion classrooms, CTE, workforce education, vocational rehabilitation, summer school, after school and adult education.  Talk with us!

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Let's Meet! July Conferences

July 20 – 24 – Alabama Special Education Mega Conference, Mobile, AL

Career Ed News & Views

Today’s dropouts are not qualified for 90% of all jobs. Did you know that 1 in 5 students in special education drop out? Let’s change their future! Be a career education trailblazer.

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