Be sure to mark your calendar for upcoming RSE-TASC training events!
WE-CAN (Westchester Educators and Community Agencies Network)
March 21 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 amFree
Calling all educators and community agency providers! Please join us for an exciting new learning and networking opportunity designed to identify community-based supports and opportunities for high school students and young adults. School staff will become familiar with programs and services available to transitioning students including work readiness, career awareness, job placement, college and vocational supports, day habilitation and much more. Agency providers will gain knowledge about school programming needs and post-school planning.
WE-CAN meets monthly and the first event will take place at ACCES-VR. Senior Transition Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor Debbie Gabrione will discuss opportunities for students and young adults – including the addition of funded youth services which will be available sometime next year. WE-CAN will meet in a different community agency location each month. Participants will learn about services each organization offers and how these offerings can benefit transitioning students. Please register for each event separately. Light refreshments will be provided.
To register for March 21st, please click here.
January 10, 2018, ACCES-VR, 75 South Broadway, 2nd floor, White Plains. (Paid parking is available around the corner on Lyon Place.)
February 7, Location to be determined
March 21, Location to be determined
April 11, Location to be determined
May 9, Location to be determined
June 13, Location to be determined
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