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Members are provided with opportunities to work in part-time community jobs through the Transitional Employment Program (TEP). The TE program provides members with a real job at minimum wage or higher. The duration of the job is usually from six to nine months. Members can do as many TEPs as they want until they find their career path. The Clubhouse will also assist members to obtain independent and supported employment, through resume writing, interviewing skills, etc.
We maintain an open dialogue to insure that the job requirements are met. Our goal is to make this opportunity a win-win situation!
Clubhouse to Employer
Placement Managers learn all aspects of the job.
Placement managers train the members, adding to the productivity, until all parties are satisfied the member is completing the job up to standard.
Guaranteed coverage óno sick or vacation days, no vacancy between employees, coverage by managers/other members to accommodate appointments, sick days, etc.
No benefit package is required.
Employer to Clubhouse
∑Hire our members at prevailing wage, meeting minimum wage or better.
Let the clubhouse select the member who will be given the placement
Consult placement managers when/if changes need to be made to the placement.
Placements are from 6-9 months in length, at which time another member will transition into the position.
We are grateful to the following companies who provide our members with meaningful work:
Aiea High School - Dept of Human Services - Geotech Solutions, Inc. - Hagadone Printing - Highway Inn - HMS Host - KFC - Marriott's Ko Olina Beach Club - Mililani Agriculture Park - Regal Entertainment - Waimalu Elementary School
Please click on the link to read detailed information regarding
Transitional Employment Basic Commitments.
The Clubhouse will support all of its members who wish to pursue any type of education ranging from basic literacy, to completing their G.E.D., or to continue higher education.