Join us at the 2021 King County School-to-Work Virtual Transition Fair

You Are Invited!

The 14th Annual King County School-to-Work Transition Fair, sponsored by the Developmental Disabilities and Early Childhood Supports Division (DDECSD), is a chance for students with disabilities and their families to get info and resources about life after school!

The virtual fair goes through May 31st, 2021, and includes helpful resources, educational videos, presentations, and exhibits on topics like:

  • Supported employment and higher education
  • Community resources and family advocacy
  • Transportation and housing resources
  • Parks and recreation and more!

100% Virtual

To address COVID-19, King County presents the  2021 School-to-Work Transition Fair 100% online! You can go to LIVE presentations and EXPLORE the expo! Attendees can meet more than 40 community partners and attend live presentations. Formerly these events were in-person expos with exhibition booths and conference-style gatherings.

See the list of amazing exhibitors!

Exhibitor Name
Community Homes Inc
Developmental Disabilities Administration
Developmental Disabilities Endowment Trust Fund
Highland Community Center – City of Bellevue
Highline College
Highline College – Achieve and CES
Hopelink Mobility
Jones & Ibrahim, PLLC
King County
King County Developmental Disabilities and Early Childhood Supports
King County Person-Centered Planning Cohort
King County School-to-Work Program
Microsoft Supported Employment Program
MV Transportation/ King County Metro Transit Instruction Program
Northwest Center
OLS Bellevue College
Open Doors for Multicultural Families
Redinger Law Offices PLLC
Seattle Children’s Alyssa Burnett Center
SKCAC Industries and Employment Services
Snider Financial Group
Sunrise Services Inc
Supported Solution
The Arc of King County
Trillium Employment Services
Vadis/Seattle Children’s Project SEARCH
Vibrant Palette Arts Center
Washington Relay
Washington State ABLE Savings
Washington Vocational Services
Work Opportunities

Event Questions:

Richard Wilson at 206-263-9044 or

Registration Questions:

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