Determination for Success Planning for the Future Expert Presentations Youth Learn From Each Other Resource Fair

Determination for Success

Maria Rivas of Woodbridge High School learns problem-solving and teamwork. She is aiming for college.

Planning for the Future

Students with disabilities in middle school and high school learn to plan for college, employment, and independent living. (Photo courtesy Fairfax Co. Public Schools).

Expert Presentations

Experts present on Options After High School, Assistive Technology, Career Planning, and many more topics.

Youth Learn From Each Other

Students with disabilities share effective strategies with peers.

Resource Fair

More than 40 organizations, including colleges, are represented at the Resource Fair.

Future Quest December 2, 2017

Future Quest is a FREE college and career event for middle school and high school students with disabilities, their families, and adult professionals who work with them.  It is held every two years.  The next Future Quest will be December 2, 2017. Registration for Future Quest 2017 will open in the fall of 2017.  Organized by the Northern Virginia Transition Coalition, it is  one of the largest events of its kind in Virginia. Future Quest features more than 70 sessions and exhibits related to successful life after high school.

Select presentation materials from past Future Quest presentations may be found under the tab About the Program–Presentation Archives.


FUTURE QUEST 2015 Program

FUTURE QUEST  2015 Workshop Descriptions

FUTURE QUEST  2015 Resource Fair List and Descriptions






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