This webinar will focus on the nature of college and career readiness supports among youth with IEPs, on 504 plans, and without disabilities using the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2012 data.
This webinar will provide a synthesis of information gained from state personnel across Career Technical Education (CTE), Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), and Special Education (SpEd) interviewed regarding how their state developed collaborative processes across CTE, VR, and SpEd agencies/offices.
A variety of issues can impact the mental health of individuals who have reached the developmental period associated with transition services.
Vocational Rehabilitation and the Dept. of Labor WIOA Youth address the ways these programs can work together to support youth and students with disabilities transition to post-secondary education and/or employment. It also outlines a print resource they have developed on the same subject.
This webinar event will include a pre-recorded viewing of the Let’s Work documentary directed by Joey Travolta with an open discussion afterward.
Join us for updates and conversation on developing and sustaining partnerships between State Vocational Rehabilitation agencies and Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation agencies to better serve students and youth with disabilities.
A discussion around the importance of building State and Local Collaboration among Career and Technical Education (CTE), Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), and Special Education (SpEd) partners will be presented during this webinar.
During this session examine the value of a community, data-driven process and how local sites are implementing action plans in the areas of youth development and youth leadership.
This webinar will focus on youth and young adults with mental health challenges. Learn about the education and employment barriers and best practices.
The webinar share examples of effective practice strategies, activities, and resources to support the development and implementation of WBLE’s for students with complex support needs.