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Project SEARCH at Central DuPage Hospital 

 
 

 Program Eligibility: 

 The Central DuPage Hospital Project SEARCH Program is specifically for IN-SCHOOL (ages 18-22 years) youth with disabilities. This program is funded by LWIA 6 (DuPage County), the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, and the United States Department of Labor.  The following eligibility is required:

 

Each student must be aware this is their LAST year of transition and must be willing to accept their high school diploma at the end of the program. 

 
  • Each student needs to be eligible for services from the Division of Rehabilitation Services

  • Students should live in DuPage county

  • Students must be willing to receive their diploma at the end of the program.

  • WORK is the primary goal of the program. Students need to be willing to receive and accept a job at the end of the program and should be willing to play an active role in ALL job related activities

  • Student needs to be open to working 16 hours or more after completing the Project SEARCH program

 


Our Program Partners

Our Project SEARCH programs are built on a collaboration.  Without our partners this program would not be successful. 








PROGRAM APPLICATION



How to apply for the Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital Project SEARCH program:  

 

1. Go to the SASED Website

2. Click on “view” under the blue box that says “work for SASED” at the bottom of the page

3. Find vacancies on the left and select “Project SEARCH student Intern” and APPLY

 

 

For more information on the Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital Project SEARCH program, please contact LEAD Skills Trainer, Michaela Nagle at mwitmer@parents-alliance.org.

 

 

Project SEARCH CDH Questions/Inquiries

Please place any questions or inquires about the Project SEARCH CDH program here.  Please allow at least 24 hours for a response. 


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Our mission is to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities through individualized employment services.

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