College is Possible!
The College Bound Resource Fair is a unique event created specifically for people with disabilities who aspire to become
college students and the families and educators in their lives. The event includes presentations and resources on college programs, preparing for college, transportation, financing college, advocacy and independence, academic support, and much more!
College Bound is free to attend and is open to 9th-12th graders, high school graduates, adults and young adults who aspire to go to college, families, educators, and service providers. We hope you can join us!
See below for a list of this year’s presenters and vendors. More details will be released closer to the event.
3rd Annual College Bound Resource Fair
Saturday, February 2, 2019
9AM – 1PM
Bellevue College Main Campus, Cafeteria
3000 Landerholm Circle SE, Bldg C
Bellevue, WA 98007
**Please note: The Seattle Viaduct closure on 1/11/19 may impact commute times throughout the Great Seattle region. Please visit the WSDOT website for more information and to plan your trip to College Bound!**
New in 2019: We are offering a space-limited, sensory-friendly vendor time from 8:30am – 9:00am. As space will be limited for this, please arrive at 8:30am if you are planning to visit vendors during this time.
Independent Living, Ryan Wecker, Director and Christy Bateman, Program Development Director, Enigma-ASD, and Ben Wahl, Program Director – Ryther
Executive Function and the College Student, Cyndie-Lea Wang, Program Manager of Student Success – OLS Bellevue College
Making the Parental Shift, Julie Pollard, Director – ACHIEVE, Highline
From High School to College: A Checklist, Alison McCormick, Director – Seattle Central College
Preparing to Become an Independent College Student, Sara Gardner, Program Director – Autism Spectrum Navigators Program
Independent Living in an Inclusive College Campus: Ready for the “Real” World, Brenda Barrio, Director – Washington State University
Becoming a Successful College Student, Current college students, Panel
The Transitional Triathlon: Developing Independence While in College, Ryan Wecker, Director – Enigma-ASD
Postsecondary Education Options, Phyllis Levine, Ph.D., Independent Education and College Consultant – Education Maven
Getting Ready for Work While in College, Pilar Lopez, Associate Dean – OLS Bellevue College
A Transition is Coming: Building Capable and Confident Independence, Becky Gardner, Independence Coach – A Life of My Own
Assistive Technology, Herb Johnston, Instructor – OLS Bellevue College
Transportation Resources in King County, Cori-Ann Ching, Transit Options Service Coordinator – First Transit
Paying for College, Lojania Siu, Financial Aid – Bellevue College
2019 Presenters & Vendors
- ACHIEVE Highline College
- A Life of My Own
- ASN Bellevue College
- Bellevue College
- Do-It University of Washington
- Education Maven
- Enigma ASD
- Everett Community College
- First Transit
- Job Corps
- OLS Bellevue College
- Parent & Student Panels
- Prudential Advisors
- Ryther’s Aspiring Youth Programs
- SAILS Seattle Central College
- Seattle Central College
- Workforce Education Bellevue College
- WSU ROAR
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If you are interested in being a presenter or vendor, please register here.
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Last Updated January 23, 2019