Employment for Youth in Transition
Wednesday, November 30
9:00-5:00 p.m. ET
TASH Members $85
*lunch will be provided
The 2011 TASH Conference includes a special learning opportunity on the Employment of Youth in Transition. This conference within the conference features best practices in youth transition that result in integrated employment for young people perceived as the most challenging to serve. Topics covered include multi-agency partnerships and funding strategies; defining and describing “employment first” strategies; philosophy and values that guide practice; successful transition planning; experiences during high school and post-secondary options that lead to employment; parent and student roles in successful transition outcome and much, much more.
A TASH first: The Employment for Youth in Transition Conference is hosted in collaboration with the Georgia Department of Labor, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation, HSC Foundation, Georgia Department of Education, and Southeast TACE (Region IV, Training and Technical Assistance Center). This conference is held in addition to the transition content that will be featured throughout the 2011 TASH Conference.
To maximize your conference experience, you can register for the Employment for Youth in Transition conference by adding it as a pre-conference day to your TASH Conference registration.
To register for this pre-conference workshop, visit here and follow the steps to register for the TASH Conference, selecting the pre-conference workshop you’d like to attend from the list of sessions.