2020 Event Details

Bellevue College Campus Building C

The 4th Annual College Bound Resource Fair
Sat, Feb 1, 2020
, 9AM – 2PM
Bellevue College Main Campus
– C Building (map)
3000 Landerholm Circle SE
Bellevue, WA 98007


Here’s a few details to help you plan ahead for this year’s event:

  • Click here to view the event agenda
  • The event will be hosted in the Bellevue College Main Campus in the C-Building Cafeteria.
  • Parking is complimentary. Please park in the parking garage. There will be signs directing you to the C-Building. Click here for a campus map
  • The Cafe will be open during the event with food beverages available to purchase.
  • A quiet room will be available for use in room D102.
Download the 2020 Event Agenda

2020 Presentations

College Programs: ACHIEVE Highline College, INVEST Skagit Valley College, Neurodiversity Navigators Bellevue College, OLS Bellevue College, SAILS Seattle Central College, WSU ROAR

Steps To Living On Your Own, Ryan Wecker, Director and Ben Wahl, Program Development Director, Enigma-ASD, and Ben Wahl, Program Founder – Ryther’s Aspiring Youth Program; Program Collaborators – Thrive Seattle

Executive Function and the College Student, Cyndie-Lea Wang, Program Manager of Student Success – OLS Bellevue College

College Application Accepted. Now What Do I Do?, Thomas Falash, Director – Washington State University

Navigating the Road to Work, Lisa Fox Latchford, Fox Associates Consulting LLC

Starting Today: Building a Masterful Transition, Becky Gardner, Independence Coach – A Life of My Own

What’s Next After High School? Cut Through the Confusion! – Marci Muhlestein, Managing Director, Transition Academy and Director, Global Leadership Institute

College Application Accepted Now, What Do I Do? Thomas Falash, Director – Washington State University – Washington State University

Becoming a Successful College Student, Current college students, Panel

College Considerations for Students with Disabilities: A Personal Experience, Jae Kim, The Arc of King County

How Accommodations and the Process Works in Higher Ed, Marisa Hackett, Director – Disability Resource Center

I’m Smart, I Just Can’t Think! – Understanding and Strengthening Executive Functions,
Tracy McCammant, Principal – Eaton Arrowsmith

Postsecondary Education Options for Youth with Learning Challenges, Phyl Levine, Ph.D., Independent Education Consultant, Founder and Owner – Education Maven

Assistive Tech Apps & Gadgets That Will Blow Your Mind & Make You Awesome(r)! A Hands-on Workshop, Bill Youngman, DSHS Division of Vocational Rehabilitation


2020 Vendors

  • ACHIEVE Highline College
  • A Life of My Own
  • The ARC of King County
  • Bellevue College
  • Do-It University of Washington
  • Eaton Aarowsmith
  • Education Maven
  • Enigma ASD
  • Fox Associates Consulting LLC
  • Global Leadership Institute
  • Hopelink
  • INVEST Skagit Valley College
  • Life Skills Advocates, LLC
  • Neurodiversity Navigators Bellevue College
  • OLS Bellevue College
  • The Polytech
  • Prudential Advisors
  • SAILS Seattle Central College
  • Seattle Central College
  • Washington State ABLE Savings Plan
  • Workforce Education Bellevue College
  • WSU ROAR

Last Updated February 3, 2020