CareerBoost summer camp hosted by AccessAbility.
Students with disabilities will be given an opportunity to learn stress
management techniques through connecting with nature and practice easy
healthy recipes for nutritional benefits. Students will participate in a four
hour workshop each weekend combined with games and activities.
Register Here: https://form.jotform.com/220135121717039
AccessAbility is very proud to announce not only the continuing of our workshop model service delivery but our newest collaboration with SC Vocational Rehabilitation and the SC Commission for the Blind. We are now able to extend our reach further with an expansion of our CareerBOOST Workshops to youth from ages 13.5-21. Our Workshops include four to six hours of FREE training in Self-Advocacy, Work-Readiness or Pre-Employment and Post-Secondary Options. We are thrilled to have the support of partners who offer a wealth of experience that allows us more opportunities to serve students with disabilities in South Carolina. We are now able to offer one-on-one peer support and post-secondary counseling. This supportive partnership reinforces learning concepts that will increase outcomes for students with disabilities in transition. If you live in Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley, Orangeburg, Williamsburg, Marion, Horry or Georgetown counties, book your workshops with us today. We all know how quickly the school year passes.
SELF-ADVOCACY 1.0 & 2.0
Empowering the individual to navigate their life, their education and career. This workshop sheds light and
hones skills to activate participation within the workplace and the community.
SOFT SKILLS - Elementary, Intermediate, & Advanced
Are you ready to join the workforce? AccessAbility can help increase your skills in the most identified area employers are looking for, Soft
Skills- which are socialization and communication skills.
This workshop assists participants become better communicators. The goal of this workshop is for participants to better
advocate for themselves at home, school, work or their community.
Practice interview skills through one on one interviewing and group oriented engagement.
Covering spending, money management and the importance of banking skills when we start careers.
HOW ‘D YOU GET INTO THAT?
– Job exploration in 4 key career areas derived from WOIA guidelines,
as well as exploring the
“Doorways to your Future” App. opportunites before transitioning out of highschool.
WORK READINESS 1.0 & 2.0
The foundation of work readiness as well as an advanced look at job preparedness.
- Identifying Obtainable Short term goals to Prepare for Long Term Success
- Persevering Towards Achievement
- Building Goals For Independent Living Skills
Post Secondary Counseling
- Aiding Students In Building Post Secondary Portfolios
- Teaching Students to Self Identify Academic and Functional Needs and Strengths
- Explore Interests and Preferences
- Discuss Post Secondary Options
For Enrollment Contact: Jason Torres