Educational opportunities occur at universities, community colleges, trade and technical schools, military, and training programs.
Think about and prepare for post-secondary oppurtunities with these websites
Careers at Pennsylvania College of Technology: Virtual Career Day at PennTech
Lowe's Track to the Trades for students: Check out this fyler if you are interested in trade careers.
Youtube on Disability Disclosure: NCWD-Youth_Disability Disclosure
Get Ready for College - virtual course for high school students interested in college may satisfy virtual credits toward a Virginia diploma, but is relevant for students with intellectual or developmental disabilities in any state.
Research colleges and universities https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/ or through your own state’s college planning website.
Use these “tips”, while visiting colleges virtually: Campus Visit Tips - with online suggestions
The College Application Process webinar resource from ThinkCollege
Use this time to prepare for college by creating lessons and activities with the following resources (e.g., highlight differences, list 4 important next steps, create a calendar, list 3 major ideas).
Virtual College ToursVisit Colleges across the country
- High School vs. College
- College Preparation and Admissions Test
- Comparing College Programs
- Speech Disorder Resources for College
**Some of the Post-Secondary Education Resources require parent assistance.**