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B-SET – Boston Special Education Transition – RESOURCE FAIR Sat. 10/24/15 and Plan

Resource Fair and Action Plan Release

RESOURCE FAIR
Saturday, October 24, 2015
10:00 am – 12:00 Noon

State Street Corporation Channel Center
1 Iron Street • Boston, MA 02210

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION:
http://massadvocates.org/resource-fair-and-action-plan-release

MA_BSET_2015
Flyer: PDF

PLEASE JOIN US AT THE RELEASE OF
Inclusive Employment and Career for Boston Youth with Disabilities: Pathways to the Talent Pipeline

A REPORT BY
Workforce Development Task Force
Boston Special Education Transition Project (B-SET)
Massachusetts Advocates for Children (MAC)

RESOURCE FAIR
Saturday, October 24, 2015
10:00 am – 10:45 am

FORMAL PRESENTATIONS
10:45 am – 12:00 Noon

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

  • Dr. Tommy Chang Boston Public Schools superintendent
  • Richard Curtis VP of Workforce Development and Talent Acquisition, State Street Corporation
  • Brian Doherty General Agent/Secretary Treasurer of the Building and Construction Trades Council of the Metropolitan District
  • Ron Marlow Undersecretary for Workforce Development at the MA Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development
  • Jerry Mogul MAC executive director
  • Oswald “Oz” Mondejar Senior VP Mission and Advocacy, Partners Continuing Care and member of US Department of Labor Advisory Committee on Increasing Competitive, Integrated Employ­ment for People with Disabilities
  • Alice Moore Undersecretary of the MA Executive Office of Health and Human Services
  • Trinh Nguyen Director, Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION:
http://massadvocates.org/resource-fair-and-action-plan-release

Plan Files:
Action_Plan_Executive_Summary
Action_Plan_Full_Report

2 thoughts on “B-SET – Boston Special Education Transition – RESOURCE FAIR Sat. 10/24/15 and Plan

    • This is for parents but your children could attend. I don’t think they have planned activities for young children. We will work with them on future events and make then more kid friendly.

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