Northeast Transition Fair 2000
New England States and New York

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DEAFDIGEST GOLD by SILENT NEWS Oct. 8, 2000
Volume 5 Number 10 Barry Strassler, editor
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NORTHEAST TRANSITION FAIR 2000

October 27 - November 6, 2000
New England States and New York

The Gallaudet University Regional Center (GURC) at Northern Essex Community
College is thrilled to present the Northeast Transition Fair in conjunction
with 7 other host schools!  This will prove to be a fun-filled event for
deaf and hard of hearing students as well as for people interested in
knowing more about colleges and career options.

The Transition Fair is for those who are interested in knowing more about
college and career opportunities.  We will have many people from different
colleges and universities and vocational rehabilitation agencies to present
options for students wanting to find out more about life after high school.
Rehabilitation counselors for the deaf will share their knowledge about the
working world---so come on and join us as we support the students in their
endeavor for greatness/success!

Locations and dates of the Transition Fair will be held at 7 sites
throughout the region.  To register, please call the contact person at the
nearest location at least a week before the event to RSVP if possible,
thanks.  The event is FREE for participants.

October 27--Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, NY
Suzanne Hasko (fax) 518-456-9057
Email: mailto:shasko@gw.neric.org

October 29--Lexington School for the Deaf, NY
Maureen Salloum (voice) 718-350-3233
Email: mailto:msalloum@lexnyc.org

October 30--New York School for the Deaf, White Plains, NY
Lynn Olden (fax) 914-949-0045
(voice) 914-949-7310 ext. 432

October 31--American School for the Deaf, W. Hartford, CT
Dr. Lisa Kuntz (fax) 860-570-2286
(V/TTY) 860-570-2224

November 2--Vermont Technical College, Randolph Center, VT
Rene Pellerin                      Janet Dickinson
mailto:rene@dad.state.vt.us        (fax) 802-258-9539
                                     (v/tty) 802-258-9521

November 3--Governor Baxter School for the Deaf, Portland, ME
Doug Moody (fax) 207-781-6297
(v/tty) 207-781-6252

November 6--Newton North High School, Newtonville, MA
Ami Garry (fax) 617-965-8918
          (tty) 617-552-7451

And if you want any additional information, please contact Shannon Reese via
email at mailto:sreese@necc.mass.edu or phone (978) 556-3703 (tty).
Looking forward to seeing you at this exciting event!

Shannon Reese
Assistant Director
Gallaudet University Regional Center
Northern Essex Community College
100 Elliott Way
Haverhill, MA 01830
(978) 556-3703
(978) 556-3125 Fax
"Life is not what you find, it's what you create."
                                        American Proverb of Unknown Origin

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