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Moving into the world of adulthood, with the many possibilities on how to become a contributing member of society, can be an exhilarating and sometimes overwhelming experience for today’s youth. With the extra considerations that students supported by APSEA manage, some may be wondering what might be possible for them in the workplace.
Working together, our communities are growing, moving towards inclusion, and embracing diversity, including in the workplace. TEAM Work Cooperative is a community partner that serves as a link between people exploring work possibilities and workplaces who are looking for talent.
Join Janice Gavin and Brian Yee, APSEA counsellors, for an information session facilitated by M.J. Crawford and Hannah Hefler from TEAM Work Cooperative in Nova Scotia.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
- Meet TEAM Work Cooperative staff
- Learn about some of the TEAM Work Cooperative services available in Nova Scotia
- Ask questions from experts in the field of counselling in education for children and youth who are Deaf, hard of hearing, blind or visually impaired
- Parents, caregivers, and adult family members of the students supported by APSEA
- School teams
- Community members
- APSEA employees
M.J. Crawford and Jesse Hatch, TEAM Works Cooperative
Janice Gavin and Brian Yee, APSEA Counsellors
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