Individualized Transition Education To Careers (ITEC)

The goal of the program is to support students with unique learning needs to learn independent skills at home, in the community, and in the world of work.

Upon successful completion of the work training component (where students identify their interest and aptitudes and build skills) the ITEC Coordinator works with parents, families and agencies to develop a paid placement.

The ITEC Coordinator supports student success by developing leads, analyzing job requirements, helping answer questions, assisting with orientation, advising employers about workplace accommodations, and enhancing communication between employer and employee.  

Click HERE for more information about the ITEC program.

If you have questions about the ITEC program, contact Shirley Migliore at 740.364.2832 or email at

Click HERE to view a slide show of what the year could look like in the ITEC program.