The EXPO for Transitioning Youth is a biennial (every other year) conference for teens and young adults with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and 504 Plans (and their families) who are planning their journey from high school to adulthood. It features workshops for both diploma and certificate track students and resources to help transitioning youth find the path to success, mental health, employment, college, job training programs, driving, recreation and social life, and more.
Saturday, April 24, 2021 - All Day
This year's Expo for Transitioning Youth is virtual and will include:
Keynote Speakers John & Mark X. Cronin of John's Crazy Socks via Zoom at 10 a.m. plus - Information from exhibitors, vendors, agencies, organizations and support groups
- Pre-recorded workshops on key transition topics such as: - Supplemental Security Income (SSI) - The Developmental Disability Administration (DDA) - The Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) - Estate planning - ABLE accounts - Preparing for life after high school - Tips for how to navigate the college journey - Strategies for social success and more
Zoom meeting information for Keynote Speakers John & Mark X. Cronin from
John's Crazy Socks will be provided by email to participants who register below:
Exhibitor Registration is now closed. Please email Rachel Harbin, Office of Disability Services, or call 410-638-3378 with questions.
EXPO for Transitioning Youth is presented for general information purposes only. Reference to any non-governmental entity, project, service, or information does not constitute an endorsement by Harford County, the sponsoring agencies or any of their employees. A qualified professional should always be consulted to ensure accurate, up-to-date information and advice.
This biennial event is in partnership with the Harford County Commission on Disabilities and Harford County Public Schools.
Keynote Speaker Presentation sponsored by APG Federal Credit Union
Zoom Meeting provided through the Harford County Public Libraries.