Sarah Grime 


Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Public Library 
901 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Driving Directions 

4th Annual Moving Forward Together Secondary Transition Fair & Community Forum  

Friday, November 2 & Saturday, November 3, 2012

The DC Community is coming together to support youth and young adults with disabilities transitioning into employment, education, and independence.

Please join us!

Youth Transition Fair

Friday, November 2, 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Local schools serving DC students - DCPS, Charther, Non-public - are invited to bring their students.

  • Career Exploration Learning Stations
  • Exhibits
  • Interactive demonstrations & activities 
  • Motivational Speaker: LeDerick Horne                                                                             Poet, Disability Advocate, & Entrepreneur
LeDerick Horne

  • Transition Community Forum

    Saturday, November 3, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

    DC youth and young adults with disabilities, parents/caregivers, educators, employers, community organizations, government representatives, and community members are invited.  

    • Workshops for youth and young adults, parents, educators, employers, community providers.
    • Local resources in employment, education, independent living, and more.
    • Interactive youth program (led by LeDerick Horne).
    • Success stories and community building.

    There is no charge for this event and box lunches and refreshments will be provided (Saturday only).

    Advanced registration is required. Register by October 26, 2012 to secure a spot. Please submit requests for accommodations by October 26, 2012. Preference given to exhibitors attending both Friday and Saturday.

    For more information or to register by phone, contact Sarah Grime,, (202) 907-6887.

    Register to exhibit for the 4th Annual Moving Forward Together Secondary Transition Fair & Community Forum!

    Register Now!Youth, teachers, and schools interested in participating in the Friday, November 2 Fair Click Here!

    Youth, parents, teachers, professionals, and community members interested in participating in the Saturday, November 3 Forum Click Here!