Vocational Advocacy for Disabled People

South Bay Vocational Center was founded to assist individuals with disabilities in various employment areas such as job placement, employee development, work training, and interpersonal counseling.


Mission

The above picture is our Individual Placement. The individual is hired as a Tow Truck assistant.

Our mission is to provide vocational training, advocacy, counseling, and opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

Vision

This is another one of our Individual Placement. StarBucks has made him the employee of the month in March 2016.

South Bay Vocational Center vision is to expand its funding sources, to provide excellent quality of services to the individuals we serve, and to develop and implement innovative ideas to benefit the individuals we serve.

Values

The In-Vision program provides social outings that interactive with the community in the surrounding areas. The individuals learn a variety of social skills.

South Bay Vocational Center has six core values (Growth, Stability, Image, Dignity, Trustworthy, and Competence). These values are beneficial to in the individuals we serve and the community.

COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Through job coaching, performance evaluations, and continued individual development, South Bay Vocational Center actively helps handicapped and mentally challenged people that participate in our programs find employment opportunities that have been designed with their capabilities in mind. Learn more about our available job opportunities.

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