Virtual Interview Training
for Transition-Age Youth

Supporting Youth with Autism and Other Needs

Comprehensive Interview Training with Realistic Role-Players

Simmersion Virtual Immersive Simulations training

Virtual Interview Training for Transition-Age Youth is an internet-delivered job interview simulation that provides the needed practice to enhance interviewing skills through performance-based feedback.

Reduce anxiety, build skills, increase confidence, and get more job offers

Practice makes all the difference in securing a desired job position.

  • Users will learn how to:
    • Be confident, positive, and professional
    • Show interest in the job and that they are honest, dependable and will work well with others
    • Discuss their strengths and skills
    • Explain how they will overcome limitations
  • Training Features:
    • Find a job opening
    • Understand and prepare for the interviewing process
    • Practice filling out a job application
    • Create a resume
    • Handle special considerations such as disabilities and justice system involvement
    • Three levels to challenge skills: Easy, Medium, & Hard

    For pricing and to learn more, click here.

Kendra guides transition-aged youth through the training program to help prepare them for real-life job interviews, including those with autism or juvenile justice system experiences..

Build the Skills Needed to Get a Job

Graph showing 6 month employment rates based on IDEA category of research participants.
Graph showing number of times the simulation coversation was played and employment rate of those categories.

To view the full report from our partners at the University of Michigan Level-Up Lab click here

What Users Think About SIMmersion's Virtual Role-Plays

Job interviewer candidates talking

"The experience of the whole program was amazing, and it seriously boosted my confidence for a “real deal” interview and I absolutely LOVED it. I think it’s a great program for everyone."

"I liked how it taught me what and what not to say during an interview and it also helped me learn what I needed to improve on for an interview."

"It helped me learn not to be afraid for a real interview."

"I feel that the program helped me learn the skills needed to have a successful interview, which helped me get a job at our local zoo."

"My favorite thing was getting a good idea of what was proper to say during an interview."

"Without this program, I would've been very nervous and wouldn't be able to do a successful interview. It taught me different types of ways to make sure I don't feel nervous and make my anxiety go through the roof."

Research

Peer reviewed papers on our Virtual Interview Training for Youth in Transition

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Sources: https://leveluplab.org/, https://www.jobinterviewtraining.net/