Future Choices Expos

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The University of Newcastle's National Disability Coordination Officers collaborate with teams of regional stakeholders and our new partner in the Hunter-Central Coast - Career Links - in the delivery of annual future choices expos for students with disability. Events are free for attendees.

Everything students in Years 10-12, other students/people with disability, families-carers, schools, services and providers need to know about moving to life after school or other study with disability... vocational education and training (VET), university study, employment, apprenticeships and traineeships, community connections, advocacy, disability services, support services, government services, technology and more will be available on the day! University and VET students with disability are most welcome to attend... you can meet a comprehensive range of providers to help you also plan for life during and after study.

2020 Dates

Who Should Come?

The Expos are free, and targeted at students with disability from Years 10 - 12, other students/people with disability, teachers (including year advisers, careers, counselling staff), disability/community/government services... anyone responsible for the transition of students and people with disability. Disengaged siblings with disability are also most welcome. Also... University and VET students with disability.

The Term "Disability" Covers Many Things

You may not think of yourself as having a ‘disability’ but the definition is broad and includes learning disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder, medical conditions, mental illness, physical conditions, sensory impairments, intellectual disability, and much more. Do you have to put in extra effort at school because of your disability or condition? If so, then these Expos are for you.

Hunter & Central Coast Expo Queries

Career Links - our new Expo partner