This brief describes the Choices in Transition program for low-income ethnic minority youth with disabilities in Chicago. The program's goal is to support participants in the process of transition in order to improve educational and vocational success and to increase self-determination. Recommendations for improving the transition outcomes of youth with disabilities are included. The brief comes to a conclusion stating that the Choices in Transition model provides students with disabilities an opportunity to develop a career through postsecondary training and vocational guidance and support. The model also provides supports that allow participants to develop and strengthen their self-advocacy skills and promote self-determination.