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1 Lincoln High School NEXT STEP PROGRAMS

2 Lincoln High School O Approximately 1250 students O with disabilities O students ages O A number of blocks from businesses, restaurants and bus stops

3 MAKING THE CHANGE O Key Questions: O Where are other adults ages spending their time? O What are they doing and where? O Who do we need to work collaboratively with beyond school staff? O What is the vision?

4 Location, Location, Location O Choosing locations O Getting into UW-Manitowoc O Expectations O Cost O Transportation O Lunches

5 PARTNERS O UW Staff and Administration O Parents O Staff from adult community service agencies O Chamber of Commerce O Employers O Lincoln High School Staff and Administration O Local Tech College O City Bus system

6 6 th Annual Transition Youth Job & Agency/College Info Fair Student Participation: Student #s: 2013 has approx. 80 (2012 had approx. 80) Employers attended Fair at Culvers included: Rick Balzan HR, Bank First National, Cedar Crest, Culvers, Foxs Piggly Wiggly, Orion, WOMT, KI, Lakeside Bottling, Wells Fargo 13 employers (2012 had 17) Agencies/Colleges at Info Fair in UW Cafe: ADRC, DVR, Holiday House, N.E.W. Rehab., Student Tables ( UW-Manitowoc & StepnStones), UW-Manitowoc), other? Total – 7 booths? (2012 – 11 booths)

7 Program Description O Brochures have been revised and updated at least 3 times in the last 5 yearsnothing is carved in stone. O Program needs to remain flexible to meet the needs of students, their families and community

8 Major Events O Jobs First! of Manitowoc County Video A. 1 st Town Hall Meeting – UW-Manitowoc, Nov. 16, 2012 B. 2 nd Town Hall Meeting – UW-Manitowoc, March 1, 2013 C. CD Transition Fair - Holiday House, March 7 th, 2013 D. Job & College/Agency Fair - Culvers/UW-Manitowoc, March 20 th, 2013 E. UW-Café Food Prep & Service Program F. Stepn Stones Student Business Enterprise G. Monthly Book Club with students from another District

9 Spirit Lincs - $4 Lincs are key chains, bracelets, bookmarks, etc.. Personalized to you and your business, agency, school, team with names, beads, numbers. Show your spirit! StepnStones, a small business start-up, is a self-employment option in Lincoln High Schools Next Step UW program. Special education students use profits to buy Chamber Bucks for worker rewards and business reinvestment. To place order contact: David Koenig, Coordinator Next Step UW, UW-Manitowoc Room F Viebahn Street, Manitowoc, WI Office: / Cell: Fleece Tie Knot Blankets reversible prints & solids Sizes-Prices Baby/Child$25 Young Adult/Lap$35 Adult$45 embroidery options$5 extra Example: name & grad date Personalized graduation, confirmation, birthday or any occasion gifts! See displays in UW Bookstore & MPSD Central Office.

10 Jobs First Community Team

11 Obstacles? Problems?

12 Where do we go from here?


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