[EDEQUITY] College To Career Transition Project

From: Bauman; Raquel (raquelbauman@lhs.lowell.k12.ma.us)
Date: Wed Jul 31 2002 - 16:06:20 EDT

No to all of your questions. Still we are a high school of almost 4000
students, about half female. Some of our students have a disability and we
remain interested in initiatives that focus on their being able to continue
their education beyond high school. Please keep us in mind.

" Raquel Bauman"

-----Original Message-----
From: "Melanie Jordan"@phoenix.edc.org [mailto:"Melanie
Sent: Monday, July 29, 2002 2:12 PM
Subject: [EDEQUITY] College To Career Transition Project

The College to Career Networks project, at the Institute for Community
Inclusion in Boston, is working to improve college to career
employment outcomes for graduating students with disabilities. A fact
sheet about the project is attached to this email. We are in the process
of convening a series of focus groups to help inform the development of
a statewide coalition:

Are you a college alumni with a disability who has completed a
certificate or degree program within the past 3 years? Have you worked
in your career field for at least 12 months since completing college?
Would you be willing to participate in a focus group to discuss your
experience regarding career preparation and transition from college to
work? Refreshments and career development information packet will be
available. Sorry, no stipend. If interested, please contact Melanie
Jordan, 617-287-4327, melanie.jordan@umb.edu or Cynthia Zafft,
617-287-4347, cynthia.zafft@umb.edu at the Institute for Community

Melanie Jordan
Institute for Community Inclusion
University of Massachusetts Boston
100 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125
(V) 617-287-4327; (Fax) 617-287-4352=20

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