Project SEARCH, a post-secondary program, is designed for young adults with disabilities to gain employment skills. While participating in the program, students complete internships in a variety of departments at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – College Station to develop employability skills with the ultimate goal of gaining and maintaining competitive integrated employment in the community. The students work with a team that includes their family, a special education teacher, skills trainers, hospital staff and vocational rehabilitation services to create an employment goal. This team supports the student during this important transition from school to work.

Project SEARCH in College Station is a collaboration between Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – College Station, College Station Independent School District, Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living (BVCIL), Texas Workforce Commission - Vocational Rehabilitation Services, and MHMR Authority of the Brazos Valley.