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Vocational Rehabilitation & Blind Services Information, Pre-ETS

Vocational Rehabilitation & Blind Services

Visit the VRBS Website.

VRBS is here to help!

“Pre-ETS” give you an introduction to work,
helping you make informed job choices,
learn good work habits, and get real work
experience.

Did you know you are eligible for Pre_ETS if you are:

  • A student with a disability
  • Between 14 and 21 years old
  • In highschool, college, or another recognized education program.

See the links below to learn more about VRBS and how they can help you.

 

Rack Card

Pre-ETS letter to Parents

Student Request Form for Pre-Employment Transition Services Form 9

Student Request Form for Pre-Employment Transition Services Form 10

Vocational Rehabilitation & Blind Services Information, Pre-ETS2020-12-08T15:52:02-07:00

Latest news from Montana Empowerment Center

newsletter

View our most recent newsletter from December 1st, 2020.

  • MEC Presents!  A webinar December 10th!
  • Giving Tuesday 2020

  • Breaking Through Barriers: Elevating the Voices of Young People-An Evening Virtual Event for Youth

  • OSEP RELEASES FAST FACTS ON CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
    AGED 3-5

  • Holidays During the Pandemic

    Tips for reducing stress, helping kids cope, and making new traditions

  • Name our newsletter!

 

Click here to view our newsletter!

Latest news from Montana Empowerment Center2020-12-02T13:48:33-07:00

Announcing Award of Parent Training and Information Center Grant

 

PRESS RELEASE

October 1, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Montana Empowerment Center, Inc.  Announces Award of Parent Training and Information Center Grants

 

Kalispell, MT  – Montana Empowerment Center, Inc., (MEC)  is happy to announce that it has been awarded the Parent Training and Information Center grant in Montana for an annual $200,000 for the next five years. The award was made by the U.S. Department of Education.


MEC’s mission is to empower, encourage and educate all Montana families. Their focus is families of children and young adults (birth to 26 years of age) with disabilities.  In an environment of support, empowerment, hope and respect, MEC provides relevant information, training and resources. MEC enables and empowers parents and care providers to advocate and directly support their children and youth with disabilities.

 

MEC staff looks forward to developing partnerships with families of children, youth, and young adults with disabilities. Learn more about MEC at our website www.mtempowermentcenter.org and be sure to like MEC on Facebook!

 

The grant is funded by the Department of Education to  promote effective education of infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities by strengthening the role and responsibility of parents and ensuring they have meaningful opportunities to participate in their children’s education.

Announcing Award of Parent Training and Information Center Grant2020-11-02T15:56:43-07:00
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