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Transition Services and Information

         Miller Career and Transition Center (MCTC) is the first career and transition center for special education students in L.A.U.S.D. history. We provide employment-based training for students with disabilities, aged 18-22 throughout the greater San Fernando Valley. We Provide on-the-job as well as on-site training preparing students to transition into a variety of employment opportunities. Prior to placement, students are assessed and screened for job readiness, interests and abilities. All placements are monitored by our job coordinator and supported by para-professionals familiar with the students. Participating employers provide work-based learning environments, and funding for student workers is generated by District and State Agencies.   

 

New Miller CTC Extern Fundraiser: See Brochure Below!!!!...........................New Class Outlines Are Now Available Under Resources.....

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News

September 25th; No School , Rosh Hashanah Holiday
Posted by: Richard Feldman
Published: 9/18/14

PD Day; September 30th. Dismissal 1:32 p.m.
Posted by: Richard Feldman
Published: 9/18/14

Preparing Students For Employment.
Posted by: Richard Feldman
Published: 9/12/14

Prepping students with autism for life after K-12
Posted by: Richard Feldman
Published: 8/23/14

New Class Outlines Available Under Resources!
Posted by: Richard Feldman
Published: 8/22/14

New School Discipline Initiatives
As part of the District’s broader effort to support our youth staying in school to learn and thrive, the Los Angeles School Police Department (LASPD) announced today a new school discipline plan that supports proactive, non-punitive enforcem... Continue
Posted by: Richard Feldman
Published: 8/19/14


MISSION STATEMENT

The Staff at Miller Career and Transition Center are dedicated to providing a safe, supportive and versatile learning environment for every student. We are dedicated to maximizing student achievement , quality of life and individual self worth so each student will contribute to and benefit from our diverse society.