Bridgeport Vocational Center

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UPDATED: June 16, 2020

Bridgeport Vocational Center is a unique learning environment for young adults with special needs ages 18 to 22 where they can develop and master the critical skills necessary for a successful transition from school to adult independence.

The program offers a structured curriculum that combines classroom instruction with real world application based on evidence that students learn best from this integrated approach. This one-of-a-kind program embeds core academics within community-based instruction and vocational education.

On the job training for young adults in community businesses:

Job coaches to supervise off-site work in community business partnerships
Department of Rehabilitation’s We Can Work program
High staff/student ratio in work groups both on-campus and in off-site placements
Career Counselor who facilitates successful transitions into adulthood.
Multi-disciplinary team consisting of administrators, teaching staff, a career counselor, therapists, students and parents working together to ensure success for our young adults
Concurrent enrollment in local colleges for students to explore college readiness and opportunities for further developing interests and hobbies in a typical and age-appropriate environment.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • No Insurance Accepted


Bridgeport Vocational Center
13130 Burbank Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91401
United States






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