American History High School has implemented a comprehensive Transition Program aimed at equipping students with the necessary skills and support to transition successfully into vocational life. The program's vision is to foster an inclusive environment where students can cultivate their talents, enhance their self-esteem, and become self-sufficient members of society. Furthermore, the program is aligned with the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards for 21st-Century Life and Careers. Ms. Zainab Kamara, the newly appointed Transition Coordinator at American History High School, is responsible for assisting and preparing students to interact with individuals they may encounter when transitioning into their work-based learning sites. Additionally, Ms. Kamara helps students develop social skills that are essential for adapting to the real world. The program includes a dedicated period where students learn social skills that prepare them for employment. This period provides students with the opportunity to practice for interviews, engage in appropriate dialogue with different individuals, and build rapport with future employers and others. With this program in place, students will develop a success mindset coupled with strong work ethics.