Transitions Workforce Fair held Today at SUNY JCC


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SUNY Jamestown Community College

Approximately 90 Chautauqua County high school students attended a Transitions Workforce Fair at our Jamestown Campus today. Don Pool, coordinator of Accessibility Services for the college, spoke about how his office helps students with physical and learning disabilities overcome obstacles to education and explained the necessity for students to bring 504 plans and IEPs to him, as they do not carry over with high school transcripts.

Representatives from Goodskills, Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES, Acces VR, Bush Furniture, Chautauqua Works, Aspire, Person Centered Services, Elwood Staffing, Artone, Marco, and Blackstone were also on hand to share employment pathways they are interested in or can assist with.