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Making a difference for students with disabilities through Project SEARCH

Project SEARCH A partnership between Clinton High School, the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services and MS Baptist Medical Center is changing the lives of Clinton High School students with disabilities by preparing them for competitive employment through a program called Project SEARCH.


Project SEARCH is a nationwide transition-to-work program for exceptional education students, who must be between the ages of 18 and 20 at the beginning of the school year. It provides secondary training and internship experience at no cost to students or families.