Students

Fill out your TRANSITION FILES digitally

in the Google Classroom: twusrey

Talking about Transition starts in the 9th grade! YOU are the star of this conversation and you are encouraged to explore your strengths, likes and interests (as well as your weaknesses and dislikes) with your family, special education teacher, related service provider, college counselor and any other responsible adult who you think can help you.

Where are you headed?

What do you like to do?

What are you good at doing?

When you think of yourself as an adult, what do you see yourself doing?

Do you plan on going to college? Trade school?

How will you support yourself?

What's your plan?

How will you reach your goal?

How long will it take you to get to your goal?

Who will help you reach your goal?

What happens if you don't reach your goal?

Do you plan to live independent of your parents? When? What will you need to live on your own?

College

College Handbook 2018 updated.pdf

Check out the COLLEGE HANDBOOK before you head over to room B223 to meet with Ms. DelMastro, your College & Career Counselor.

Naomi DelMastroCollege and Career Counselor718-420-2116ndelmastro@schools.nyc.gov

Career

Do you know if you will make enough money in your desired field to live in NYC?

Do you plan on moving away to start your career?

How competitive is your chosen field?

Do you need college or specific training to enter your desired career?

Use the website below to help you answer the questions above