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  • Exemplary Conformance

    As a result of input from community stakeholders, Career Quest initiated an event with the high school transition programs in its community. This event was titled Rockin’ Road to Work …to attract students to attend an education-based conference along with their teachers so they could learn about choices and careers after graduation. This was a very successful event and resulted in numerous referrals from employment planning. The community has asked that it be repeated again each year.

Transition Conference

Look for upcoming details for the Ninth Annual 2014 conference - coming soon!

Rockin Road to Work Mason County
Transition Conference
"Rockin' Road to Work"

What is the Mason County Transition Conference?

The Transition Conference is a free event designed to assist young adults prepare for Life After High School.

This is a one day event offering workshop sessions, vendors - employment, transit, etc., a keynote speaker, lunch & more...

Who Should Attend?

The Mason County Transition Committee invites and encourages all High School Transition Students, Parents/Guardians & Teachers (At NO Cost) to attend.

Rockin Road to WorkHow Will I Get There & Back?

All students need to report directly to school the morning of the conference at their regular arrival time. Shelton and Thurston County students will be transported to and from by their school. North Mason students will be transported to and from the Conference by Mason County Transit. All students will arrive back to school in time to board their regular bus.


Mason (Shelton)
Gar Thornton - (360) 426-4471
Deyla Schneider - (360) 427-7300

North Mason
Pat Smither - (360) 277-2113

Thurston County
Deyla Schneider - (360) 427-7300

Helpful Links

Check these links to view sample forms -

2014 Transition Conference Registration & Schedule of Events (.pdf)

Services That May be Available to Young Adults (.pdf)