Clipart Panda - Free Clipart ImagesThe SELPA provides leadership and is a key player in the the Ventura County Transition Project. The Transition Project is a group of school and agency staff and families that has collaborated together for over 40 years to ensure a smooth process of transition to adult life for our special education students.  There are a number of activities that are offered on a regular basis to maintain the ongoing relationships between school staff, agency staff and our students and their families as they prepare to leave public K-12 school and enter adult life.  

Transition Project Overview




Transition Fairs-Spring Transition Fair-March 23rd, 2024 Save the Date Flyer - Informational meetings provided for families and their teenagers to learn about the transition process and available resources.  The first hour of each fair is a presentation on the transition process in the IEP, and in the second hour families and students can visit individual "booths" from providers.  The fair is held twice a year on a Saturday once in the Fall and again in the Spring.


Transition Networking Teams (TNT)- 23-24 Event Flyer- These are informal sharing and networking events, designed for WorkAbility Staff, Special Education Teachers at the Middle School, High School, and Post-Secondary level, (both Mild/Moderate and Moderate/Severe student needs). Teachers can collaborate with colleagues educating in the new virtual world! 2023- 2024 Schedule of meetings:

Level up your Knowledge/Skills for Transition Planning September 23, 2022
Mini Fair October 26, 2023
Employment Panel February 5, 2024
Education Panel April 22, 2024 



Interagency Transition Coordinating Council (ITCC)A council of local public agencies serving adults with disabilties, meeting with representatives of local school districts to discusss issues of Transition to Adult Life for our mutual students/clients-   Meeting Schedule


Publications- The Transition Project has collaborated together to make information available to assist staff, students and their families in getting the information they need for a smooth transition to adult life: