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Project Possibility participant at INCLUDEnyc workshop

Project Possibility

Project Possibility works with young people with disabilities who want assistance to reach their job training and higher education goals. Participants will create a meaningful post-secondary plan, receive coaching to support their progress, and be connected with programs and services to support their success.

Who is eligible? Young people who:

  • Have an IEP, 504 Plan, or any documented disability
  • Are between the ages of 16-26
  • Live or attend school in NYC
  • Want support to:
    • Create a career plan based on personal interests
    • Explore post-high school training and education opportunities
    • Apply for job training programs, college, or other academic programs
    • Obtain benefits, services, and supports needed to achieve post-secondary goals

Participants will have an opportunity to:

  • Engage in ongoing one-to-one transition coaching sessions
  • Get connected with benefits, programs, and services to support their goals
  • Strengthen self-advocacy skills and develop a strong understanding of disability rights
  • Develop new skills in fun and interactive workshops

For more information, email or call INCLUDEnyc Help Line at (212) 677-4660.

INCLUDEnyc’s Project Possibility program provides intensive support for youth who are transitioning into adult life. This program is made possible with lead funding from The Taft Foundation, Con Edison, and the J.E. & Z.B. Butler Foundation, among other funders.