Onsite Training Program

Paid on-the-job training in an integrated classroom setting.

STARS Center Based Employment (CBE) program provides onsite job training for qualified individuals with the goal of placing them in a more challenging, community-based employment opportunity. Through careful and caring supervision in a protected work environment, our trained staff helps develop and teach meaningful employment-related activities. We work with individuals to develop real-life, vocational skills such as hygiene, punctuality, supervisory & peer relationships, job interviewing and work etiquette. These classes are designed to build confidence and help participants obtain and retain an independent position. Employers who utilize our programs help decrease turnover and gain highly trained and committed employees, and long-term support services for an employed individual.

Community-Based Programs

From job training to job placement to very proud participants.

STARS’ Group Supported Employment Program (GSE) staff is trained in developing and teaching meaningful employment-related activities such as hygiene, punctuality, supervisory & peer relationships, job interviewing and work etiquette. This program focuses on specific vocational job responsibilities and tasks that an individual will be required to perform during their workday. Participants receive job skills training in an integrated community setting and are assigned professional job coaches who provide mentoring during their shifts. We also train individuals how to navigate social and work-related interactions in our community. Once an individual is placed in a job, case managers work closely with on-site job couches to ensure a successful and enjoyable experience and provide long-term, ongoing support services for the employed individual.

How to Become a Vocational Training Partner

STARS’ community partners provide job placement opportunities within their organizations.

Benefits of hiring a STARS participant:

  1. Participants excel at performing repetitive tasks that can contribute to excessive turnover
  2. Participants take their job seriously and are loyal and committed
  3. Participants don’t use their smartphone during work hours

To learn how to become a STARS community partner or more about the program, please contact: Jules Hyde or Pat Laferty.