job shadows for teens and transition students ages 14-21
Are you looking for career exploration options for teens and transition students?
Aptiv offers Job Shadow services to provide career exploration activities that are designed to increase an individual’s awareness. It takes place in a community-based work environment and allows a participant to witness the actual job duties and work environment and to be able to determine if they would be interested in that particular job
What is a Job Shadow?
Job shadows is a career exploration activity, designed to increase an individual’s awareness. An individual is able to see the work environment, have an opportunity to observe someone at their job, and ask questions to determine if it is something that would be interested in for pursuing their career options.
Our objectives are...
To help individuals gain exposure and firsthand experience
To grow an individual’s workplace confidence
To find experiences that match the individual’s interest and abilities
To improve an individual’s ability to achieve supported or competitive employment
How do I get started?
We would love the opportunity to talk with you about your questions and needs.
- Contact Aptiv today for an informational, no-cost, no-obligation discussion to determine options for participation.
- Aptiv meets with the individual and their support network to develop an individualized plan and provide services as outlined in that plan.
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funding & support resources
A State of WI service to help and guide individuals as they change their future and work toward a job goal.
It’s because of gifts to the Aptiv Foundation that children and adults with disabilities are reaching their goals. It is only through the vision and generosity of contributions to the Aptiv Foundation that it becomes possible to provide the level of support each person needs and deserves. Contributions go to funding facility improvements, program equipment, and other tools to help people with disabilities live, learn and work in our communities.