Join us at the 2016 Expo for Transitioning Youth!

2016 EXPO for Transitioning Youth

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This free conference is for teens and young adults with special needs (and their families) facing the challenge of transition from high school to higher education, work and adulthood.  It will feature workshops for both diploma and certificate track students and resources to help transitioning youth find the path to success, mental health, employment, college, job training programs, driving, recreation and social life, and much more.

Over 40 exhibitors will be available!

Saturday, March 12, 2016
8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Bel Air High School | 100 Heighe Street | Bel Air, Maryland

Exhibitor Registration Open through January 20, 2016
Download Exhibitor Form

Participant Registration Now Open!
Workshops & Descriptions
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For more information, contact Rachel Harbin at 410-638-3373 or

The EXPO for Transitioning Youth 2016 is sponsored by the Harford County Department of Community Services Commission on Disabilities, the Harford County Public Schools Office of Special Education, Interagency Transition Council, The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region, Division of Rehabilitation Services, Alliance, Inc., Abilities Network, The IMAGE Center and the Office on Mental Health.
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EXPO for Transitioning Youth 2016 is presented for general information purposes only.  Reference to any non-governmental entity, project, service, or information does not constitute an endorsement by Harford County, the sponsoring agencies or any of their employees.  A qualified professional should always be consulted to ensure accurate, up-to-date information and advice.

Join IMAGE this Thursday!

IMAGE logoIMAGE welcomes Shannon Minnick this Thursday Feb. 11th 2016 at 6pm for a brief informational seminar about everything YLF 2016!

Have you heard about the Youth Leadership Forum (YLF)?

Wonder what it is and how you can be a part of it?

Come find out more this Thursday!

Click the link below to register for this event!

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