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Welcome to the PA Community on Transition Shared Work Site! The vision of the PA Community on Transition is that all Pennsylvania youth and young adults with disabilities will successfully transition to the role of productive, participating, adult citizens. Youth will be empowered to recognize their talents, strengths and voice and have equal access to resources that promote full participation in the communities of their choice. Many stakeholders across the state of Pennsylvania are working collaboratively to improve post-school outcomes of youth and young adults.
2010 PA Secondary Transition Conference - Call for Proposals
The Pennsylvania Community on Transition State Leadership Team invites all interested persons to submit proposals to present at the 9th Annual Pennsylvania Community on Transition Conference: Empowerment in Action: A Unified Approach, to be held July 21 - 23, 2010 at the Penn Stater Conference Center and Hotel, 215 Innovation Boulevard, State College, PA 16803, 814-863-5000.
The primary purpose of this conference is to expand the capacity of schools and community partners to promote the successful transition of youth/young adults with disabilities to the post-school outcomes of:
· Post-Secondary Education and Training
· Healthy Lifestyles, Community Participation and Independent Living
All proposal applicants need to review the 2010 PA Community on Transition Conference Overview, prior to completing your proposal to present.
The Transition Conference Overview can be found at: http://sharedwork.org/3343/files/16801/8877/2010_PA_Community_on_Transition_Conference_Overview.doc
The Transition Conference Call for Proposal Form can be found at:
Proposal Submission Requirements: Deadline December 15, 2009
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