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Community Based Vocational Education

Community Based Vocational Education, or CBVE is the term used to define vocational education and training provided to students with disabilities in community work settings. This training is non-paid vocational exploration and assessment.

The goal of the CBVE program is to help students identify career interest, assess employability skills and develop the skills and attitudes necessary for paid employment.

For more information about CBVE, please contact your school's Staffing Specialist.  

Apopka
Janet Herskovitz 
Boone
Jessica Reyes 

Colonial

Cynthia
Gentry- Mickelson


Cypress Creek
Dawn Bugar
 Dr. Phillips
Catherine Ellixson
 East River
Amanda Jones

 Edgewater
Laurie Scussel

 Evans
Angela Harriet
 Freedom
Alicia DeLuca
 Jones
Maria Thomas

 Lake Nona

Stephanie Braun

 Oak Ridge
Danielle DiBernadino
 Ocoee
Liana Hulcher
 Olympia
Lorna Wooten

 Timber Creek
Monica DiBiase

 University
Christine Croft
Wekiva
Amy Erisman

West Orange

Catherine
Householder


Windermere
Michelle
Crawford
Winter Park
Bilyn Doane


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Quick Guide to CBVE

  • 10th-12th grades
  • Targeted specifically for students on Standard Diploma Via Access Points
  • Specific to Career Experiences
  • Unpaid job exploration and work experience
  • Promotes general work skills and habits
  • Increase competency and fluency
  • Focus on 22 general work skills as outlined by the U.S. Department of Labor
  • Typically 2 to 3 hours, 4 times weekly at one of our 70 partnering sites
  • 5:1 ratio of full time staff to students