GSIL helps New Hampshire’s underserved students with disabilities transition from high school towards a more promising future. We can help your school build tailored solutions to meet the individual students’ needs, preferences and interests.
We can also help you create a non-traditional group program through our IMPACCT Program. IMPACCT is a partnership of New Hampshire Vocational Rehabilitation (NHVR), Granite State Independent Living (GSIL), and high schools throughout New Hampshire. The program is dedicated to helping underserved students and students with IEPs/504 Plans become part of the local workforce as they navigate from high school to employment, post-secondary education, or training that leads towards a career.
Similar to our Manchester, NH-based option, Earn & Learn Opportunities Program, this experiential approach helps students reengage with their education and understand the value it has for their career. This tool can help your school build a path to increased graduation and decreased dropout rates.
Some of our student transition services include,
but are not limited to:
- Career Assessments
- Independent Living Skills
- Job Shadows & Tours
- Internship Development
- Informational Interviews
- Group Program Development
- Benefits Planning
- Extended Learning Opportunities
- Academic Credit Recovery
- Interview & Soft Skills Training
- Identification of Skills & Strengths
- Job Placement & Resume Assistance