The Virtual College & Career Transition Conversation Series for Students with IEPs, 504s and Mental Health Challenges

October 26th-30th, 2021

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Five Panel Discussions Featuring Diverse Voices and Perspectives

Our experts range from nationally known leaders and advocates to current students and parents willing to share their own experiences and provide insights. 

You’ll get answers to questions you often won’t hear at a  typical college or career fair and guidance that may help you overcome obstacles.

Bring your questions! Everyone on our panel is here to support your goals and aspirations.

Get Practical in Our Small-Group Workshops

In addition to our evening presentations, we offer a series of small group workshops where you can get practical advice, ask questions and explore topics like how to disclose your disability to an employer, what to expect from a job search, ideas for saving on the cost of college and more. 

If there’s a workshop you want that we don’t offer, let us know. We’ll be back in the spring with a new program. Email us.

Our Partners

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Who It's For

We’re a free 100% virtual college and career transition series for students with IEPS, 504s and mental heath challenges.

If you’re interested in exploring college and career options and different pathways to success and happiness, this is for you!

We offer programs for students’ families, caregivers, advocates and educators. 

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What It Is

Our goal is to offer presentations and workshops that are designed specifically for students with learning and/or mental health disabilities and the people that support, educate and advocate for them.

We know that college and career fairs don’t often provide the answers you need. So we seek to offer a forum for you to get answers to your questions and get the support you need.

Why Attend

Explore options you might not know you have – like colleges not on your list, alternative learning programs and apprenticeships..

Discover new careers and how to prepare for them.

Get expert advice from those who have walked a similar path and have insights to share. 

#DifferentChoices

Attending is free!

Spaces limited.

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And save the date for the next Different Choices event.

The Virtual College & Career Exhibitors Fair

June 23– 25th, 2022