3/30/19 Getting a look at the future

Getting a look at the future

Camron King, a sophomore from Walter Williams High School in Burlington, reviews college brochures to complete a survey form at the 12th annual Transition & Career Fair hosted by ABSS and Vocational Rehabilitation for students in grades six to 12 and their parents. Present were representatives from local businesses, community support agencies, residential agencies and North Carolina colleges responsive to students with disabilities. The event is designed to provide information that students and parents need to be successful in the transition to high school and success after graduation.

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The Times-News 3/30/19     
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Camron King, a sophomore from Walter Williams High School in Burlington, reviews college brochures to complete a survey form at the 12th annual Transition & Career Fair hosted by ABSS and Vocational Rehabilitation for students in grades six to 12 and their parents. Present were representatives from local businesses, community support agencies, residential agencies and North Carolina colleges responsive to students with disabilities. The event is designed to provide information that students and parents need to be successful in the transition to high school and success after graduation.

Tina Kissell, Assistant Director of Disabilities Resources at Elon University, speaks to Ty Maxey, a junior from Walter Williams High at the 12th annual Transition & Career Fair hosted by ABSS and Vocational Rehabilitation for students in grades six to 12 and their parents.   

Tina Kissell, Assistant Director of Disabilities Resources at Elon University, speaks to Ty Maxey, a junior from Walter Williams High at the 12th annual Transition & Career Fair hosted by ABSS and Vocational Rehabilitation for students in grades six to 12 and their parents.