Project Forward is a nationally recognized vocational training program for adults with intellectual disabilities. Our program teaches specific vocational skills, workplace essentials and social skills to students in a college campus setting. We also offer work study opportunities, social activities and a peer leadership program. Students, teachers, advisors and parents are all welcome to join us for an Information Session. Come learn how we can help your student succeed in the workplace. Project Forward has no age limit and Financial Aid is available to qualifying students.
|November 7||General Information Session||3:00–4:30pm|
|December 18||General Information Session||11:00am–12:30pm|
|March 9||General Information Session||3:00–4:30pm|
|April 15||General Information Session||3:00–4:30pm|
|June 2||General Information Session||3:00–4:30pm|
There will be a presentation, which includes a discussion of the highlights of Project Forward, and a review of the application process. After the presentation, you will have the opportunity to tour the campus.
|Location||MM Wilkens Hall, Room 119|