Supporting students with learning or mental health condition in achieving college and career ambitions
COMING IN SEPTEMBER
Virtual College & Career Fair
Sat. Sept 24. 2022
11:00 am – 4:00 pm ET
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Join us for a great day of possibilities, support, and understanding!
• Explore a variety of colleges, career programs, and services that support the dreams of students with learning and mental health disabilities—virtually!
• Connect online with representatives from programs across the country from the comfort of home.
• Zoom in to our panels and workshops with experts who can help you plan for the future.
Learn how to make a successful transition from high school!
Become an Exhibitor at Different Choices 2022.
Introduce yourself to hundreds of students and families interested in learning more about great colleges, career opportunities, and high-quality support services.
Who We Are
Welcome to Different Choices! We’re a pilot program of Schools for Children, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the education and aspirations of all students for more than 30 years.
What We Do
We focus on meeting the needs of students with IEPs, 504s, and learning disabilities. We also support students managing mental health conditions.
We offer a variety of FREE programs that help students and families explore options from colleges to alternative learning programs, to gap years, apprenticeships, and services.
Throughout the year, we also host presentations by experts to help make the transition from school to young adulthood less stressful.
Our programs are designed for students, families, educators, service providers and advocates.
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We send announcements when we have special programs and events, and we share resources and information designed for students (and their families) who are making the transition from high school graduate to college student, career, and young adulthood.