June 24th Webinar: Work-Based Learning and Fair Labor Standards Act

 
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M.G. v. NYC DOE – Please Allow Access to Help Your Child

M.G. v. NYC DOE – Please Allow Access to Help Your Child

They NYC Department of Education has been contacting District 31 and District 75 parents about…

 
Attention District 75 Parents HAVE YOUR VOICES HEARD!

Attention District 75 Parents HAVE YOUR VOICES HEARD!

Attention Parents of children who are in, or have been in District 75 programs!  Please…

 
 

NSTTAC, in partnership with other organizations focused on employment of youth and young adults with disabilities, has launched a newly reorganized Youth to Work Coalition (YTWC) website, accessible through NSTTAC’s website: http://www.nsttac.org/ytw/home

.  The purpose of this website is to provide resources that link employers and schools to create work-based learning experiences (WBLE) for students with disabilities.  The resources are organized across eight WBLE categories: (1) career exploration, (2) job shadowing, (3) job sampling, (4) service learning, (5) internships, (6) apprenticeships, (7) paid employment, and (8) mentoring.  Within each WBLE category, resources are organized for the following audiences: (1) schools, (2) businesses, (3) youth service professionals, (4) families, and (5) youth with disabilities.

 

In addition to these resources, there will be a a webinars as follows:

  • Tuesday June 24th, 2014 – 2:00 P.M. EST: Work-Based Learning and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): An in-depth training on the federal guidelines that must be used to establish the understandings between employer, school, family and student. (Judy Imperatore, Consultant)
To attend these webinars, you DO NOT have to register and they are FREE. The directions for logging into these webinars are as follows:

If you have questions regarding these webinars, please contact jjcease@uncc.edu.

 

New York State Education Department
P-12: Office of Special Education
89 Washington Avenue, Room 309 EB
Albany, NY 12234
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M.G. v. NYC DOE – Please Allow Access to Help Your Child

M.G. v. NYC DOE – Please Allow Access to Help Your Child

They NYC Department of Education has been contacting District 31 and District 75 parents about…

 
Attention District 75 Parents HAVE YOUR VOICES HEARD!

Attention District 75 Parents HAVE YOUR VOICES HEARD!

Attention Parents of children who are in, or have been in District 75 programs!  Please…

 

In Memory of Patrick Dalton

We at FHF have lost a dear friend. Please see http://patrick.fhfnyc.org for details. Thank you.

 
 
 

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