Community networks host technology workshop
October 1, 2013
Learn about how new technology is opening a world of possibilities for job seekers with disabilities at a free workshop.
The Issaquah, Eastside and Snoqualmie Valley community networks will host three speakers at 7 p.m. Oct. 16 in the Issaquah High School Performing Arts Center.
Brandi Monts, of Washington Initiative for Supported Employment; Bill Youngman, from the Department of Social and Health Services’ division of Vocational Rehabilitation; and Hillary Rossi, from AtWork!, are all expected to speak.
The workshop is aimed at parents of youths with disabilities, but is open to students, teachers, counselors, business owners and others interested in the latest, coolest technologies.
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