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Question For Anyone Who Is Familiar With Voc Rehab

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I have just graduated from a 6-month educational program that Voc Rehab paid for. Now I am supposed to submit my resume and license to Voc Rehab and start the "Employment Ready" portion of the program, where I receive 2 months of pay to tide me over while I look for work. I have a license to work for myself, so technically showing my resume and license would be enough to qualify for being Employment Ready. However, my husband has just been offered a position to travel internationally for the next year or two. Of course my daughter and I will be going with him, and we leave Sept 1. So I'm conflicted about what to do with Voc Rehab. I'd like to be honest, of course, but I'd like to know what the repercussions will be when I tell my counselor. If I tell my counselor that I'm putting my "looking for work" on hold for 1-2 years, will they make me pay back my tuition? Does anyone know what is required of me after these 2 months of "looking for work"? Am I supposed to meet with my counselor 2 months from now, a year from now, etc? Basically, I'm trying to sort out what would happen if tell her or or not tell her, so I can lessen the possibility of something going badly.
Thanks so much for your help!

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