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Youth ages 16 – 22 are invited… to discuss what it means to find and keep employment. Over 8 classes students will learn soft skills for employment. These will include skills such as communicating, teamwork, work hygiene, networking, and work attitude. They will work through the State of Alaska Jobz Club curriculum as a group to identify goals such as completing a job application, signing up or applying for technical classes or scheduling a work assessment. Students will build an…Find out more »
At June’s Lunch and Learn, we will talk about what a care coordinator is, what to expect from them, and how to work together effectively. Brought to you by our Short-Term Assistance and Referral (STAR) program. Available via webinar.Find out more »
A support group for Alaskan families who care for children with special needs. Share your ideas and stories in a neutral setting. Sign-up to connect in person or via teleconference.Find out more »
In this interactive workshop, we will address the four challenges every family faces when planning for the financial success of their entire family, including their loved one with special needs. This workshop will also include a discussion of Special Needs Trusts and ABLE accounts, two key components of Special Needs Financial Planning. Presentation by Phillip Clark, Founder of ENABLE Special Needs Planning www.ENABLEsnp.comFind out more »
Enjoy a week of fun at the Gateway to the Arctic Camp in Talkeetna, Alaska! Youth ages 16-22 are invited to join Stone Soup Group at the Gateway to the Arctic Camp in Talkeetna for a week of fun and learning. The camp offers skill building in the areas of agriculture, carpentry, wilderness survival and culinary. Youth will also learn about the soft job skills, like communication and teamwork. The camp is supported by DVR and there is no fee…Find out more »
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