Movin’ On in MT Summer Camp- 4 spots just opened up!
Movin’ On in Montana, a transition seminar for high school students with disabilities will be taking place on the University of Montana campus. This year, we are doing 2 sessions, serving 40 students total. We just had a few more spots open up, and we are hopeful you may know someone to refer.
First session: June 27-30, accepting 3 additional students.
Second session: July 11- 14, accepting 1 additional student.
Eligibility: Montana high school students, sophomore-senior year, with a disability.
What we do: Provide students a 4 day, 3-night opportunity to learn about college life.
- Students stay in a university residence hall and eat in the dining hall.
- Parents are invited to attend the introduction parent/student lunch and session focusing on the differences between high school and college policies and practices, as well as an introduction to Vocational Rehabilitation services.
- Students will learn how to request modifications/accommodations in a post-secondary setting and how to effectively communicate with instructors.
- Other topics include self-advocacy, assistive technology, academic support resources, a college lecture, campus tours and both 2-year and 4-year programs.
- Practice social skills and participate in extracurricular and community activities.