EYES (Early Youth Employment Services) is an innovative program supporting students with disabilities age 14 to 21 in school settings. Tommy Nobis Center partners with local schools to provide customized curriculum from trained vocational counselors, including lessons on job readiness, communication, and general life skills.
Vocational evaluations are available which help students identify their strengths and build a personalized career plan.
EYES SUMMER PROGRAM
EYES Summer Program is offered at Tommy Nobis Center, in Forsyth County, and in Fulton County. The program includes career exploration, field trips, vocational demonstrations, and opportunities for hands-on real work experience. Interactive classroom activities reinforce job readiness skills in a practical way.
Watch highlights from EYES Summer Camp 2021:
Tommy Nobis Center is excited to announce a new initiative called ConNect. The purpose of this initiative is connecting families of youth with disabilities. This is an enhancement of our EYES program offering social events, group outings/activities, parent support, and family education throughout the year in the hopes that our youth will make lasting friendships. ConNect activities are open to youth ages 14-21 who are eligible to receive EYES Services, and their families.
Some outings may be limited in numbers so early registration is encouraged. Outings and activities will be at no cost to our youth and families, but we suggest students/families have some funds if they choose to purchase food/drinks and/or souvenirs. Volunteers are welcome.
Request volunteer information at Liz.Pfennig@TommyNobisCenter.org
We first met Quintavious as an EYES participant at South Cobb High School. Read his inspiring story here.
EYES REPORT CARD
For more information on this service, please contact us by phone at 770-427-9000 or through our online contact form.