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Making My Way through College

Aug 12, 2015 Publication
Guides

Guide to help students navigate two- or four-year postsecondary education, including preparing for and succeeding in college and transitioning to the world of work.

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Use of Social Security Work Incentives to Promote Work-Based Learning in Youth Employment and Training Programs

Nov 08, 2013 Publication
Guides

Report examining policies allowing youth with disabilities to engage in work-based learning experiences and receive a stipend without losing their Social Security benefits.

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Youth in Action! – Leading your Transition Planning

Mar 27, 2013 Guides
Tip Sheets

Background on transition planning and ways to take the lead making decisions about your future.

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Helping Youth with Learning Disabilities Chart the Course: A Guide for Youth Service Professionals

Apr 18, 2012 Publication
Briefs

This is an InfoBrief on the challenges for youth and young adults with learning disabilities entering adulthood and strategies to help youth transition successfully into the workplace.

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High School/High Tech Program Guide: A Comprehensive Transition Program Promoting Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math for Youth with Disabilities

Sep 15, 2011 Publication
Guides

This is a guide to the High School/High Tech strategy for assisting youth with disabilities as they transition from high school to postsecondary education and employment.

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Guideposts for Success for Youth in Foster Care

Nov 29, 2010 Publication
Guides

This publication offers Guideposts highlighting specific experiences, supports, and services relevant to comprehensive transition services for foster care youth, including those with disabilities.

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