Taylor completed the discovery and informational interview process of customized employment which focused on exploring three themes: Criminal justice, Legal system, and Forensic photography. His discovery process also included exploring courthouses and mediation training opportunities within the geographical regions where he could find the most success. He also used the discovery phase to learn how to use public transportation, as he hopes to one day live in Washington DC. Taylor was able to get realistic pictures of the criminal justice field by attending four informational interviews: a ride along with a Westminster City Police Officer, interviewing a retired FBI agent, interviewing a Criminal Attorney, and a family law attorney.
Following this process, Taylor and his employment specialist created a job development plan using his three these and focusing on using the networks and connections he established through his informational interviews. Using this method, Taylor was able to interview and was ultimately hired for a full-time position with the Circuit Court of Baltimore County as a Judicial Clerk making $17.50 per hour.