May the Workforce be with You!

Rethink First webinar on preparing for the workforce

Join us for a FREE webinar on preparing students with special needs for on-the-job success!

According to recent research, students with disabilities are significantly more likely to be unemployed or without educational plans in the first two years after high school than their general education peers. Transition planning, required by federal law to begin at the age of 14, is crucial for preparing students for life beyond school.  

In this FREE webinar, Rethink’s Maria Wilcox will discuss techniques for preparing students for success once the school bus stops coming–whether it’s a summer job or post-secondary employment.

Participants in this webinar will leave with:

  • specific skills to teach students to help them prepare for employment
  • strategies for helping students generalize skills they learn at school for application in the workplace
  • ideas for how to make transition planning meaningful and effective

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Maria Wilcox director of professional services for Rethink

About Our Guest: Maria Wilcox

Maria Wilcox currently serves as the director of professional services for Rethink. She works with districts throughout the western part of the United States. Her classroom teaching experience covers a wide range of student abilities and has taken her to schools in small rural towns to large urban areas. Maria is passionate about transition-age planning and ensuring students are prepared for success in life beyond school. Maria holds a bachelor’s degree in special education from the University of Northern Colorado and is currently pursuing her graduate work. She lives in a little mountain town in Colorado and spends her free time exploring the woods, expanding her vinyl collection, and finding joy in small, everyday moments!

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