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School-to-Work program

The King County School-to-Work Program (S2W) connects students with developmental disabilities to employment services early, while students are still in their high school transition programs.
two young adults at the 2020 microsoft school to work resource fair

About the School-to-Work program

Discover how the School-to-Work Program can help you or your student with developmental disabilities transition from high school to employment.

Applying to the School-to-Work program

Get ready to apply for the School-to-Work Program by downloading an application and find out what else you may need.

Employment service agencies: School-to-Work program

Choose which agencies will be best for your student and prepare to apply.

Preparing for Life After School: School-to-Work program informational sessions

Join one our online sessions to learn more about School-to-Work and next steps.

Interpretation and Accessibility Services

Developmental Disabilities and Early Childhood Supports team (206-263-0853): When you call, say your language in English, such as “Spanish” then say “Interpreter” in English.  We will place you on hold while we connect with an interpreter.

King County’s 211 Crisis Connections provides comprehensive information on health and human services in King County, from rent and housing assistance to adult disability supports. Immediate language interpretation is available in more than 155 languages. Call 2-1-1 or 800-621-4636 Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm  

Washington Relay 711: A person with a hearing loss or speech disability with specialized telecommunication equipment or a person using a standard phone may initiate a call through Washington Relay. Dial 711 to connect with a Communication Assistant, who will dial the requested number and relay the conversation between the two callers. Learn more about  All Washington Relay Services and Spanish Relay.