Objective: Learn to identify your skills and how to speak about them in an interview.
Suitable for: Participants who want to learn how to identify their skills and develop an understanding of the differences between hard skills, soft skills, and transferable skills.
Prerequisites: To be eligible, confirmation of Young Adults Project (YAP) registration and completion of a Kerry’s Place Autism Services intake meeting and consent forms will be required.
Young Adults Project (YAP) is an initiative at Kerry’s Place Autism Services which focuses on supporting adults 18 years or older with Autism Spectrum Disorder, who are looking to enter the workforce and retain meaningful employment. The Young Adults Project provides individualized support to adults with ASD at any point in their employment journey. The YAP participants work with an Autism Consultant to establish employment goals, attend small groups, connect with service providers, advocate for accommodations and maintain employment. All services have been adapted to be offered virtually using Zoom.
Please Note: Registration does not guarantee a space in this webinar. To be eligible, confirmation of YAP registration, completion of a Kerry’s Place Autism Services intake meeting and consent forms will be required.
Participant Age: 18+
Location: Will be delivered live via Zoom for participants registered in YAP and the following are required to participate:
Date: Friday, September 9, 2022
Time: 11:00 am – 12:30pm
Number of participants: 8 participants and 1 staff
Cost: No associated fees
Canceled by Kerry’s Place: Kerry’s Place may cancel a program due to low enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. If this occurs, and the activity cannot be rescheduled, participants will be notified as quickly as possible and attempts, within reason, will be made to help the attendee enroll in a new session.
Canceled by Supported Person/Family: For effective planning, when possible, Kerry’s Place appreciates five business days’ notice of cancellation before the start of the workshop/training.