EYES (Early Youth Employment Services) is an innovative program supporting students with disabilities age 14 to 22 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 FALL LEARNING SERIES
The Fall EYES Employment Readiness Learning Series is offered at
Tommy Nobis Center and focuses on communication, time
management, dressing for success, and establishing career goals.
There are three series of four weekly sessions. All CDC and state
COVID-19 guidelines are strictly followed to provide a safe and fun
learning environment. Students will learn employment skills and
explore career options.
EYES SUMMER PROGRAM
EYES Summer Program is offered at Tommy Nobis Center and includes career exploration, field trips, vocational demonstrations, and hands-on real work experience with pay. Interactive classroom activities reinforce job readiness skills in a practical way.
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.