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Project SEARCH at Woodstock Hospital


 

 Program Eligibility: 

The Woodstock Hospital Project SEARCH Program is specifically for OUT-OF-SCHOOL (ages 18-24 years) youth with disabilities. This program is funded by LWIA 2 (McHenry County), the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, and the United States Department of Labor.  The following eligibility is required:

 
  • Each participant must have already graduated from and have accepted their diploma from high school
  • Applicants who reside in McHenry County will be given priority.
  • Must have proof of disability either through IEP or DRS documentation
  • Must have a desire to work competitively at the end of the program
  • Would benefit from participation in a variety of skill-building internships
  • Who are independent with self-care and medication management
  • Who can self-monitor on a 1:4 ratio of support
  • Who have access to independent transportation to/from Northwestern Medicine Woodstock Hospital

 


Our Program Partners

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

 

 
 

 

PROGRAM APPLICATION

 

 

Download and complete the application below

Send application to Projectsearch@parents-alliance.org or attach at the bottom of the webpage

Also attach additional files needed:

Proof of disability (IEP or IPE)

High School diploma or equivalent

Resume

Please download the application and save it before typing on it.  Then re-save often and when complete before sending it back. 

For more information on the Northwestern Medicine Woodstock Hospital Project SEARCH program, please contact LEAD Employability Instructor, Sarah Basit at Sbasit@parents-alliance.org.

 


Project SEARCH Woodstock Questions/Inquiries

Please place any questions or inquires about the Project SEARCH Woodstock program here.  Program applications can also be submitted here.  Please allow at least 24 hours for a response. 


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