Live-Streaming of Employment for Youth in Transition from the TASH Conference

The best way to learn more, network and be part of the TASH community is by attending the TASH Conference in person. But, we realize that for various reasons some folks just can’t make it to Atlanta. This Employment for Youth in Transition conference within the TASH Conference will be available virtually! All you need to participate is an internet connection.

Wednesday, November 30 – Thursday, December 1
9:00-5:00 p.m. ET

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The 2011 Employment for Youth in Transition conference within the TASH Conference features best practices in youth transition that result in integrated employment for young people perceived as the most challenging to serve. Content will address multi-agency partnerships and funding strategies, effective “employment first” mechanisms, successful transition planning, parent and student roles in successful transition outcomes and much more.

View the full Employment for Youth in Transition schedule

Our slate of presenters is a broad mix of experts in the employment, education and transition fields. These include:

Lynnae Ruttledge – Rehabilitative Services Administration Commissioner
Melody Musgrove – Office of Special Education Programs Director
Bob Williams – Social Security Administration Associate Commissioner
Mary Morningstar – University of Kansas (Pathways/School)
Amy Dwyre – TransCen, Inc.
Charlotte Guy – former Assistant Special Education Director in Mississippi
Norciva Shumpert – Marc Gold and Associates
Curtis Richards – Institute for Educational Leadership
Nancy Brooks-Lane – Georgia Advocacy Office
Mike Callahan – Marc Gold and Associates
Ellen Condon – Marc Gold and Associates
Rich Luecking – TransCen, Inc.
John Butterworth – Institute for Community Inclusion, U-Mass Boston
Jacqueline Wilks-Weathers – The Center for Financial Independence and Innovation, Inc.
Richard Keeling – Internal Revenue Service
Abby Cooper – Marc Gold and Associates

We’ve got a few different ways you can get set up to participate in this special opportunity.

1) Experience the TASH Conference and Employment for Youth in Transition Conference in Person
Register online for the TASH Conference and add the Employment for Youth in Transition Conference as a “pre-conference day.” This means you’ll have access to exclusive Transition content planned as a pre-conference session as well as all planned Transition content throughout the TASH Conference.

2) Just attend the Employment for Youth in Transition Conference (November 30-December 1)
You can register to attend just the Employment for Youth in Transition content without attending the rest of the TASH Conference.

3) Participate in the Employment for Youth in Trasition conference virtually.
Register to view live-streamed content over the Internet November 30-December 1. Individual and group rates are available.

Registration Rates

Registration Type TASH Member Non-Member
Transition Pre-Conference Day (Nov 30) $85 $100
Transition Conference (Nov 30-Dec 1) $250 $300
Live-Streaming: Individual $250 $300
Live-Streaming: Group $500 $600

Contact us with questions at or (202) 540-9014.