Teaching Teens/Adults with Developmental Disabilities the Skills Needed for Careers in the Music/Recording Industry

 
 
 

YIC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Santa Clarita, CA. We provide social vocational/employment services to teens & young adults with developmental disabilities to develop skills that will assist them in obtaining work within the music/recording industry at competitive wages.

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Supporting education, innovation, & employment.

 
 
 
 
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Services We Provide

The Yes I Can (YIC) Unity Through Music, Art & Education Employment Programs provide comprehensive employment services, offering consumers a functional vocational assessment, an Individual Habilitation Service Plan (IHSP), eight core social vocational courses, a situational assessment, a supported internship program, supported employment services, and one-on-one rehabilitation counseling services throughout the life of the program.

 

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Transitional Age Program

The Transition Program is for consumers ages 14 to 22, consisting of training in the areas of self‐advocacy, vocational/employment training, work-based social skills, community integration, and self‐care.

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Adult Program

For consumers ages 18 to 24, the Adult Program consists of eight core social vocational courses consisting of training in the areas of self‐advocacy, vocational/employment training, work-based social skills, community integration, and self‐care, as well as a six month supported Internship Program with one of our music/recording industry corporate partners.

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Paid Internship Program

When transitioning to the YIC Internship Program, Adult Program consumers complete a six month paid internship with one of our music/recording industry corporate partners while receiving weekly support from program instructors, as well as one-on-one support from their assigned job coach and counselor.

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Today’s students.
Tomorrow’s leaders.

See what some of our program graduates are doing now.

 
 
 
 
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