Ingham ISD Transition Fair
Hosted by the Ingham ISD Parent Advisory Committee
SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2017
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Capital Area Career Center Building
611 Hagadorn Road, Mason, MI 48854
WHY ATTEND A TRANSITION FAIR?
To engage students in learning to pursue their post school visions
To engage families in the transition process with their young adult
To meet community partners and different community agencies
To learn together outside an IEP team meeting
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Students in grades 8-12+, family members, teachers, transition coaches, and anyone else in the Ingham, Eaton and Clinton communities who are interested
Students who want to experience a mock job interview
For more information or to be a participating partner at our Transition Fair, contact Michelle Rutan, Transition Coordinator, at email@example.com or 517.244.1211.
COLLEGE AND CAREER WORKSHOP
Saturday, April 29, 2017
9:15 am – 2:30 pm
Lansing Community College
Main Campus, Gannon Building
422 N. Washington Square, Lansing, MI
*FREE parking is available at the LCC Gannon Ramp, 600 block of N. Grand River
WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS AFTER HIGH SCHOOL?
NOT SURE WHERE TO START?
Come learn about different college/career options for students with disabilities, interact with college representatives, and tour the campus of LCC (9:30 & 10:30am). Hear from current students with disabilities and their parents about their experiences. Build your interview skills and participate in mock interviews.
- Colleges represented: Calvin College, Davenport University, Grand Rapids Community College-Noorthoek Academy, Hope College, Lansing Community College (LCC), Lawrence Technical University, Michigan Career and Technical Institute, Michigan State University, and Oakland University
- Community Partners represented: Capital Area College Access Network (CapCAN), Disability Network Capital Area, Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS), Peckham, Resolution Services Center, Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD), and more!
- This event is designed for students with disabilities, grades 9-12, and parents/adult mentors.
- The workshops will feature a track for students/parents interested in a career path; a track for students/parents interested in two- and four-year colleges; and a track for students/parents interested in college for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities (ID/DD).