UTICA » Mohawk Valley Community College will host a free conference on empowering transition through technology for students in grades 9-12 with disabilities, their families, and educators on Monday, May 21, beginning at 8:15 a.m. in the Jorgensen Center Field House at the Utica Campus, 1101 Sherman Drive.
The Grow, Learn, and Innovate with Technology (GLITCH) conference is designed to help high school students with disabilities prepare for the transition from school to adult life. The conference provides an opportunity for students, their families and educators to learn about resources and services offered to students with disabilities, including information for living, learning, and working after high school.
For information, visit www.mvcc.edu/accessibility-resources/life-after-highschool. To register, call (877) 824-9555 or visit supac.org/ training/glitch-empowertransition-technology/.