Category Archives for "Virginia Transition Services"

Aug 22

STEP–Students and Parents

By Stand Up, Inc. | Transition Services

What is STEP?STEP (Student Transition Employment Program) is a partnership between Stand Up Inc., local city or county high schools, and community businesses. It is designed to aid participants in learning the necessary skills to become successful in a competitive workplace environment. Through various classroom and hands-on learning experiences, the students will leave the program […]


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May 22

CVS Pharmacy Recognized for Participation in Transition Program

By Stand Up, Inc. | Business Development

Stand Up, Inc. recognizes CVS Pharmacy of Amherst for their participation in the Student Transition Employment Program (STEP) with Amherst County Public Schools and Stand Up, Inc.CVS provided a group of  5 students the opportunity to work an 8 week internship, 3 days a week during the 2013-2014 school year. The students learned valuable transferable job skills […]


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Mar 25

Transition Services For Students With Disabilities

By Stand Up, Inc. | Transition Services

Effective transition services for students with disabilities are essential for their success in the workplace after high school.Virginia supported employment provider Stand Up, Inc. has developed a curriculum that has been adopted in many Virginia school systems which makes the difficult transition from school to work much easier.Stand Up calls it’s program STEP (Student Transition Employment Program.) It is a partnership […]


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Mar 08

Businesses Partner With Local Schools to Produce Employees of the Future

By Stand Up, Inc. | Transition Services

The STEP Program (Student Transition Employment Program) is a partnership between local city or county high schools and community businesses.It is designed to aid participants in learning the necessary skills to become successful in a competitive workplace environment. Through various classroom and hands-on learning experiences, the students will leave the program having learned valuable social […]


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