Youth Transition Summer Workshop



August 5-10, 2018
University of Washington Campus
1315 NE Campus Parkway
Seattle, WA 98122

This FREE Youth Transition Summer Workshop is for youth with all disabilities, ages 16-21*, who are planning to live independently someday and have career or educational goals. Youth who have or had a 504 plan or IEP are encouraged to apply.

The workshop focuses on preparing for college and/or employment, and developing independent living skills including self-advocacy, financial management, etc.  It’s a great opportunity for youth to get connected with community resources and meet other youth with disabilities who plan to live independently.

The individual who is interested in attending must be the one to call and request an application.  After receipt of their application, they will be contacted for an interview in June. Note: Parental permission required for students under age 18.

To apply, contact:

Lakewood office:
Korina Heard
(253) 582-1253 Ext 103

Marysville office:
Margaret Tangedahl
(360) 393-3890 Ext. 202

Youth Transition Brochure (PDF)

For a glimpse of previous workshops please see the short video below.



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Updated on May/21/2018


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