The High School High Tech students from Shaw, Northside, Hardaway, Spencer, Jordan, Kendrick, and Carver attended a transition fair at Columbus State University. Students arrived on buses or with their parents to participate at the transition fair which included 69 organizations representing different specialties including autism, day rehabilitation, education, employment, employment organizations, job skills, medical, recreation, and support services. Students were served pizza, cookies, candy, and drinks at the fair. The Georgia Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities gratefully acknowledges the Walmart Foundation for its generous support of this event.
The Georgia High School High Tech Program is a comprehensive community-based program providing youth with disabilities a link to academic and career-development experiences that enable them to successfully meet the workforce demands of the 21st century.