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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Transition and Career Events

October 18, 2019 8am to 2pm
Greater Kansas City Disability Mentoring Day
Mid-America Nazarene University in Olathe, Kansas
KSTAR students and staff will have the opportunity to gain information and explore careers. Students will have the opportunity to: increase and enhance job readiness skills; network with employers to learn about different types of careers; visit with service organizations to learn what supports are available; and advocacy skills training. Students will need to bring their resumes.
*Professional attire is strongly recommended

October 22, 2019 1-3pm
Career Expo
Johnson County Community College Overland Park, Kansas
Eighth grade students from all over the county will have the opportunity to explore a variety of careers. Students will have the chance to visit with professionals from different career clusters in a relaxed environment.

November 6, 2019 All day Event
ESSDACK High School Career Expo
Hutchinson Mall 1500 E. 11th Ave Hutchinson, Kansas
Students in 9th-12th and KSTAR will attend this event. The Career Expo is the perfect place to see the many different choices available to students following high school and talk with businesses, college representatives, and military recruiters. Students can use the Expo to increase their awareness and knowledge about their career options. Students will need to bring their resumes.
*Professional attire is strongly recommended

November 13, 2019 1-3pm
Find Your Fit-Career Exploration Event
Ball Conference Center Olathe, Kansas
Students in 11th, 12th and KSTAR grades will explore networking and career related topics. Particular focus will be on jobs requiring 2-year, 4-year, or no college to ensure that employment opportunities are available for ALL!
*Professional attire is strongly recommended

March 25, 2019 10am-12pm
7th Annual College and Career Resource Fair
Kansas School for the Deaf Foltz Gymnasium Olathe, Kansas
Students in grades 6-12 and KSTAR will have the opportunity to meet employers, practice interview skills, network with Deaf Employees, learn about services for future needs, and interview on-site for jobs. High school students will need to bring their resumes.
*Professional attire is strongly recommended