JVS helps high school and college students prepare for their future by assisting them in identifying and reaching their academic and career goals.
High School Students
Students with Special Needs
JVS helps high school students with disabilities prepare for life after graduation by helping them determining their skills, strengths and interests, explore different jobs and learn strategies to overcome barriers to employment prior to finishing school. Students also learn job skills in real work settings while receiving credits toward graduation. View brochure » View Summer 2017 information »
Students determine their educational and career goals with guidance from a JVS counselor, explore college programs and admissions policies and research admission requirements and areas of study at specific colleges and universities and literature at our Occupational Resource Center.
Jeanette & Oscar Cook Jewish Occupational Intern Program (JOIN)
Jewish students gain paid summer work experience, attend educational seminars and learn about the Jewish community. Students work closely with professionals in business administration, marketing and communications, research and program planning, human services and community relations. Contact Debra Silver at firstname.lastname@example.org or (248) 233-4233. Download application »