Volunteering is an incredible way to gain real-world experience and explore your interests. Join us for a webinar with autism experts about why volunteering matters and how to get started!
About this event
Spectrum Transition Coaching is pleased to host “Volunteering: A Skill-Building Opportunity for Autistic Young Adults” alongside Kirt Manecke and Katie Tobin McDermott. Our three autism experts will share their perspectives on volunteering for autistic students and adults. You’ll learn:
- the role of volunteers in non-profits
- the benefits of volunteering
- volunteering etiquette to build strong relationships
- where to look for roles that suit your interests
- how a coach can help you make the most of this experience
We’ll also have time for Q&A. Spots are limited so reserve yours today!
Beth Felsen is the founder of Spectrum Transition Coaching which strives to help autistic young adults find success in college, career and life. These major transitions can cause stress for the entire family and Beth’s Empowerment Coaching packages help autistic young adults and their families enjoy smooth transitions and success in their adult lives. Beth works with families of high school students as they weigh options after graduation through young adults navigating career and independence.
Kirt Manecke is the author of the award-winning book, audiobook and online course, Smile & Succeed for Teens: Must-Know People Skills for Today’s Wired World. Endorsed by Temple Grandin, Smile & Succeed for Teens is a crash course in social and career skills to help teens and young adults transition and succeed in work and life. Kirt is also the author of the award-winning book, SMILE: Sell More with Amazing Customer Service-The Essential 60-Minute Crash Course. Learn more at www.SmiletheBook.com.
Katie Tobin McDermott is a transition coach who supports autistic young adults with their plans after high school, primarily focusing on transition to college and college success. A proud graduate of Boston College and the University of Kansas, she has graduate degrees in special education with a focus on autism spectrum disorder. Katie has worked as a classroom teacher for thirteen years, student support specialist for college students, and transition coordinator at a high school for autistic students. She participates as a practitioner in the College Autism Network and her research is published in Teaching Exceptional Children and the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Learn more at McDermottAutismServices.com.
Reserve your spot!
Volunteering: A Skill-Building Opportunity for Autistic Young Adults
When: October 27th, 2022 at 7pm ET
Where: Online Webinar
RSVP: Via Eventbrite here