• Welcome.  The mission of WorkAbility I is to promote the involvement of key stakeholders including students, families, educators, employers and other agencies in planning and implementing an array of services that will culminate in successful student transition to employment, lifelong learning and quality of life.

    WorkAbility I promotes independent living and provides comprehensive pre-employment worksite training, employment and follow-up services for youth in special education who are making the transition from school to work, post-secondary education or training.


  • For more information regarding the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Program, please contact:

    Kenneth Moore
    Associate Superintenent
    (661) 720-4125