Vocational Program

The vocational staff at New York School for the Deaf are dedicated to helping our students envision and achieve their post-secondary goals.  The process is a well-planned and coordinated as it is centered around the students strengths, interests, and needs. The goal of transition services is to guide students towards meaningful, long-term outcomes and to prepare them for adult living after they leave school.

We offer a variety of programs and services for students, parents, and staff members to assist with transition planning, including:

  1. Career Assessments and Counseling
  2. Academic Advising/ Course Selection
  3. Career Education
  4. College Information and Planning (ACT/SAT, College Tours, College Application Assistance, Financial Aid, Scholarships)
  5. Parent Training and Support Services
  6. Community Resource and Referral
  7. Transition Services
  8. Employer Partnership/ Training
  9. Math & Literacy classes tailored to prepare students for the World of Work

We invite you to learn more about the programs and services that are offered at New York School for the Deaf.  For more information, please contact Carol Rapport-Sommer at crapport-sommer@nysd.net or (914) 949-7310 ext. 8307

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