NEWS, INFORMATION, & UPDATES
Click here for Fall Meeting Notes
NCDCDT Regional Meeting Dates:
Mountain- November 20, 2014, Click here for the agenda
Piedmont West- TBD
Piedmont East- 2/20/15 Click here for agenda
SPRING TRANSITION CONFERENCE
When: April 22-24, 2015
Where: Embassy suites, Greensboro, NC
204 Centreport Drive, Greensboro, NC 27409
*Rooms available at a Discounted Rate
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Meet our Keynote Speakers- The Love Chromosome
Derrick and Julie Tennant
TRANSITION INFORMATION UPDATE
5. Student Handbook – Job Seeking Skills for Students with Disabilities
Welcome to the North Carolina Chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children’s Division on Career Development and Transition (NC-DCDT) website. Our state chapter is comprised of individuals who are passionate about making sure students with disabilities have every opportunity for achieving positive post-school outcomes. Our membership includes teachers, parents, administrators, university professors, students and professionals who counsel or provide adult services for individuals with disabilities.
As an organization, we are in a unique position to provide resources and professional development in the areas of career development, post-secondary education and transition. We do this through our website, email notifications, grants, awards, annual conference and regional and statewide meetings. You can also like us on Facebook to receive notifications about NCDCDT happenings. NCDCDT has grown and flourished because of the passion and commitment our members have shown over the last two decades. As you explore this website to locate resources and upcoming events, I hope that if you are not already an NCDCDT member, you will consider becoming a part of our organization. Current CEC members can add on the DCDT division for $20.00 ($10.00 for college students). Just click the following link to join. We can and do make a difference in the lives of students with disabilities.
Sincerely, Freda M. Lee President, NCDCDT