Life After High School
SUPAC, Keilberman, MVCC and Central RSE-TASC are pleased to announce,
When students with disabilities grow, learn, and innovate with technology (GLITCH), they create, shape, and maximize their abilities. Please join us as we explore tools, applications, and practices to help students successfully transition to the world of work, post-secondary learning, and independent living!
Our goal is to help students find opportunities and services so they can achieve their post-secondary goals and dreams. The “Transition Symposium” will provide information and resources for living, learning and working after high school. This unique combination of workshops and information tables will help educate students and their families to unlock their potential options for their future.
What: A FREE educational day around transition planning. Food will be provided!
Target Audience: Students with Disabilities (11-12 grade) & All Families, Educators and Professionals are welcome
Where: Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) Utica Campus 1101 Sherman Drive, Utica, NY 13501
When: Monday, May 21, 2018 (*Please register by Wednesday, April 2018)
Time: Registration begins at 8:15am
Student Track 9:15am-1:30pm
Family/Educator Track 9:00am-3:30pm
Keynote Speaker information TBA
Family/Educator Workshops Topics:
1) Assistive Technology
3) Adult Career & Continuing Education Services -Vocational Rehabilitation (ACCES-VR) & Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD): An Overview of Employment Services
4) OPWDD: Eligibility and Brief Overview of the Front Door Process
5) Supporting Transition to College for Students with Disabilities
6) Accessing Higher Education when you Exit Without a Diploma
9) Community Connections: Opportunities for Socialization
Registration information coming soon.
Student Workshop Topics:
3) High School vs. College
To Register for a Vendor or Community Agency Table
Contact: Tamara Mariotti at MVCC 315-731-5702 Or complete the form attached.
Jimsak Daoreuang, Director of Accessibility Resources
Office of Accessibility Resources
Daniel Boggs, Testing Accommodations Specialist
Payne Hall Room 104H
Learning & ADHD Disabilities:
Katelyn Ouderkirk, Transition Support Specialist
Tamara Mariotti, Coordinator of Accessibility Resources
Student Services Office
Plumley Complex 102G
Disability Services Specialist
Phone: 315- 334-7744