Celebrating Community Work: Youth Transition Fair 2022

  Placer Independent Resource Services (PIRS)  is putting on the:   Youth Transition Fair 2022  

Wednesday September 28th 2022 Time: 3:30pm-6:00pm Where: Gold Country Fairgrounds Enter at 1273 High Street Auburn CA  Follow the signs to drive up to your dreams

Masks will be required at this safe walk thru event.  

Now is the time to start planning your future!  

How: There will be signs on where to go to talk with agencies about your future and provide you with information as you walk by each table.  

Why: Have you looked at your options for careers, education, training or independent living as you prepare for your transition into being an adult?   Find resources as you create plans for your future.   Department of Rehabilitation
Golden Sierra Job Training Agency
Placer County Office of Education
AMIH Housing
Placer Independent Resource Services (PIRS) WorkAbility  
Advanced Employment Services  
Sierra College          

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