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Transition Services and Information

Miller Career and Transition Center (MCTC) is the first career and transition center for special education interns in L.A.U.S.D. history. We provide employment-based training for interns with disabilities, aged 18-22 throughout the greater San Fernando Valley. We Provide on-the-job as well as on-site training preparing interns to transition into a variety of employment opportunities. Prior to placement, interns 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 interns. Participating employers provide work-based learning environments, and funding for intern workers is generated by District and State Agencies.         


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First Day of Instruction for the Fall Semester
Tuesday August 15th, 2017





Upcoming Events

 

Miller CTC Wins Technology Pilot Contest 


 


MISSION STATEMENT

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

 

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James Wilburn's art is being showcased in the House of Brews in the city of San Fernando the whole month of May.  

We are so proud of James' accomplishment. He has been working incredibly hard for his first art show. 

Devonshire police officers accept the $169.00 that Leadership Council raised for the March of Dimes.


Frankie Ibarra is working at the Mission College Child Development Cafeteria and continues to make progress. We are proud of him as he passed his first class toward completing his baking certificate!

 

MILLER CTC RECOGNIZED FOR HELPING GRANADA HILLS SCIENCE CENTER

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See What Career and Transition Centers Are All About.

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