Arizona: National Service & Disability Inclusion Workshop

National Service & Disability Inclusion Workshop

Transition to Higher Education and Successful Employment

What: a free 75 minute workshop that will provide you with information about national service programs like Americorps, AmeriCorps/Vista and AmeriCorps National Direct. The presentation will engage you in a dialogue about the benefits and advantages these programs can offer to people of diverse ages, backgrounds, and abilities who are concerned with issues of employability, continuing education, and developing the skills and work experience that often lead to sustained employment.

When: Tuesday, December 7, 2010 – 4:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.

Where: SARRC’s Vocational & Life Skills Academy 2225 N. 16th Street, Phoenix, AZ

To Register: Contact Pilar Dowling at (480) 603.3283

For whom: educators, youth, parents, service providers, and all those interested in increasing their options for supporting students in the disability community to transition to successful employability

Sponsored by: The Arizona State Governor’s Commission on Service & Volunteerism in collaboration with Northern Arizona University/Institute for Human Development

Facilitated by: Zephryn Conte, Program Consultant: Environarts, Inc. with Roxy Rocker, Disability Inclusion Specialist

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