School to Work Transition:
Transition Services (School to Work) provides high school students with disabilities the skills and work experiences to prepare them for successful employment and service linkages after graduation. This program is offered at all Career Centers, and includes placement services.
Juvenile Transition Services:
Juvenile Justice helps youth in juvenile detention centers find employment and obtain their High School Dipolma through Missouri Options, this service is offered at our downtown St. Louis Innovative Concept Academy.
Imagination Learning Center:
Imagination Learning Center at the Aftergut Center provides child day care services to consumers participating in MERS Goodwill rehabilitation programs, MERS Goodwill staff, and to families living or working in the downtown area. More information can be found at www.imaginationlearningcenter.com.
WIA Youth Services:
WIA Youth Services provide youth with appropriate vocational goals, work experience, group education, job development and placement services. Program length averages six to eight weeks. Each participant is partnered with a mentor.