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         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.   


.....Miller CTC Featured on KABC News .....................................................Students Return for the Fall Semester August 12th, 2014

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2014-2015 School Calendar
Posted by: Richard Feldman
Published: 7/3/14



Many of the San Fernando Valley’s businesses and corporations have benefited from the work provided by our Miller CTC Interns.  If you/your business is interested in partnering with LAUSD’s Miller Career and Transition Center, please click on the link below:

Host A Miller CTC Intern Today!



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.