Transition expo at Good News Gathering


A 5-County Transition Student Expo hosted by Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities and the Region 14 Transition County was held Friday in the atrium of Good News Gathering in Hillsboro. More than 300 high school juniors and seniors from 12 school districts across Highland, Adams, Brown, Fayette and Clinton counties gathered information and heard presentations from 28 employers and education institutions, learning a variety of tips on training and job hunting, according to Cynthia Crews with the Ohioans with Disabilities office. Crews said Friday’s event, which included morning and afternoon sessions, was the first of its kind for this region.


The Hillsboro Police Department was one of 28 employers and education institutions on hand Friday at the 5-County Transition Student Expo held at Good News Gathering. From left, Sgt. Aaron Reynolds, lead dispatcher Pam Reid and reserve office-dispatcher Elizabeth Bryant visit with some of the students who attended the event.


A 5-County Transition Student Expo hosted by Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities and the Region 14 Transition County was held Friday in the atrium of Good News Gathering in Hillsboro. More than 300 high school juniors and seniors from 12 school districts across Highland, Adams, Brown, Fayette and Clinton counties gathered information and heard presentations from 28 employers and education institutions, learning a variety of tips on training and job hunting, according to Cynthia Crews with the Ohioans with Disabilities office. Crews said Friday’s event, which included morning and afternoon sessions, was the first of its kind for this region.

The Hillsboro Police Department was one of 28 employers and education institutions on hand Friday at the 5-County Transition Student Expo held at Good News Gathering. From left, Sgt. Aaron Reynolds, lead dispatcher Pam Reid and reserve office-dispatcher Elizabeth Bryant visit with some of the students who attended the event.

A 5-County Transition Student Expo hosted by Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities and the Region 14 Transition County was held Friday in the atrium of Good News Gathering in Hillsboro. More than 300 high school juniors and seniors from 12 school districts across Highland, Adams, Brown, Fayette and Clinton counties gathered information and heard presentations from 28 employers and education institutions, learning a variety of tips on training and job hunting, according to Cynthia Crews with the Ohioans with Disabilities office. Crews said Friday’s event, which included morning and afternoon sessions, was the first of its kind for this region.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_job-fair-1-3-17-17.jpgA 5-County Transition Student Expo hosted by Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities and the Region 14 Transition County was held Friday in the atrium of Good News Gathering in Hillsboro. More than 300 high school juniors and seniors from 12 school districts across Highland, Adams, Brown, Fayette and Clinton counties gathered information and heard presentations from 28 employers and education institutions, learning a variety of tips on training and job hunting, according to Cynthia Crews with the Ohioans with Disabilities office. Crews said Friday’s event, which included morning and afternoon sessions, was the first of its kind for this region.

The Hillsboro Police Department was one of 28 employers and education institutions on hand Friday at the 5-County Transition Student Expo held at Good News Gathering. From left, Sgt. Aaron Reynolds, lead dispatcher Pam Reid and reserve office-dispatcher Elizabeth Bryant visit with some of the students who attended the event.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_job-fair-2-3-17-17.jpgThe Hillsboro Police Department was one of 28 employers and education institutions on hand Friday at the 5-County Transition Student Expo held at Good News Gathering. From left, Sgt. Aaron Reynolds, lead dispatcher Pam Reid and reserve office-dispatcher Elizabeth Bryant visit with some of the students who attended the event.

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