Getting and Keeping the First Job — PACER Center Webinar

PACER Center in Minneapolis is a parent information center that presents excellent programs. Lucky for everyone, some of their programs are streamed on the web.

Kids with disabilities who have a paid job in high school are more likely to have paid work after high school. Maybe this is just because someone who will be able to work as an adult can also work as a teen. Or maybe it is because someone helped the teen find a job and the teen found the delights of work: pay and social experiences. Whichever is the case for your favorite teen, here’s a chance to learn about preparing for and keeping a job.

Getting and Keeping the First Job

Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Time: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Register at PACER.org
Competitive employment is the cornerstone of a successful transition to adult living for youth with disabilities. In this workshop, co-presented by Transition Specialists from PACER and Vocational Rehabilitation Services (VRS), youth and parents will learn about preparing for and keeping a job.
Live:Web Streaming Availible