Monthly Archives: April 2012

Working to Give All Students the Ability to Succeed

Tech-Now, Inc. is one of the many organizations across the country implementing the High School/High Tech Program, which provides young people with all types of disabilities the opportunity to explore jobs or further education leading to technology-related careers. Tech-Now, Inc’s … Continue reading

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Making the Most of College Visits

Today’s blog provides guidance to youth about visiting colleges and other postsecondary institutions to help make informed decisions. For many of you, spring break is your chance to sleep in, hang out with friends, or take a vacation with your … Continue reading

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Celebrating Siblings

Help your brother’s boat across, and your own will reach the shore.                                                                                                 Hindu Proverb  My name is Sean Roy, and I am a disability advocate.  It’s a unique job classification, “disability advocate”.  People generally don’t go to college and … Continue reading

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Developing Soft Skills Includes Improving Thinking Skills

In its new guide, Skills to Pay the Bills, the U. S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) focuses on six “soft skill” areas that all workers need to “master for workplace success.”  These are communication, enthusiasm … Continue reading

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