Webinar 11/10 Connecting Partners and Resources to Prepare Youth for Careers: A Federal Partners In Transition Webinar

Researchers, advocates, counselors, and others may be interested in the following event from the Federal Partners in Transition:

Connecting Partners and Resources to Prepare Youth for Careers: A Federal Partners in Transition Webinar

Tuesday, November 10, 2015, 1:00–2:30pm EST


Federally funded technical assistance centers and programs working with youth with disabilities will present information on career readiness activities, educational practices, employment strategies, and benefits counseling that assist youth to prepare for adult life.

Space is limited, so register soon. Registration for the Federal Partners in Transition’s first Webinar has exceeded our expectation!

We encourage you to consider the following:

  1. Have an office watching party!
    If there are multiple colleagues in your office registered for the Webinar, watch the webinar on a large screen, using one registrant’s dial-in information.
  2. Plan to login to the Webinar on-time. The first 1,000 participants will be able to join in the Webinar.
  3. Do not register if you know you are not able to attend during the scheduled date and time. The Webinar will be recorded and archived, along with any relevant materials. You can sign up to receive information about the Webinar recording, and future updates about FPT events by filling out this form: [https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2GFMK2L]

Registration for the Webinar will continue to remain open through November 9, 2015, and is available at:


Please note: We are posting this information as a courtesy to our readers. For information about the webcast or the Federal Partners in Transition, please visit the links above.

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