Transition Programs and Services

Students with disabilities who participate in employment based transition programs can become gainfully employed and make meaningful contributions to their community. Our business partners are essential in providing real life work-based learning opportunities for students as they prepare to enter the workforce. Transition programs and services prepare students on a self-directed pathway through job training and life skills development with the ultimate goal of positive social inclusion and integrated, competitive employment.

Ingham ISD Transition FairImage Transition Services logo (1)

Hosted by Parent Advisory Committee 

Saturday, March 5, 2016

10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Capital Area Career Center Building
611 Hagadorn Road, Mason, MI 48854

Why attend a Transition Fair?
  • To engage students in learning to pursue their post school visions
  • To engage families in the transition process with their young adult
  • To meet community partners and different community agencies
  • To learn together outside an IEP team meeting
Who should attend? 
  • Students in grades 8-12+, family members, teachers, transition coaches, and anyone else in the Ingham, Eaton and Clinton communities who are interested
  • Students who want to experience a mock job interview

For more information or to be a participating partner at our Transition Fair, contact Michelle Rutan, Transition Coordinator, at or 517.244.1211. 


PDF DocumentTransition Fair Flyer

PDF DocumentList of Participating Partners


Contact Us


Rutan, Michelle
Transition Coordinator/Consultant
Winslow, Sarah
Supervisor, SE Transition Programs and Services