Workforce Readiness and Preparation (WRaP)
Partnering with Currey Ingram Academy, the Workforce Readiness and Preparation (WRaP) camp is a month-long program for metro Nashville area students, ages 15-20, on the spectrum. It uses a strengths-based approach in helping young people prepare for success in the workforce, and learn about their own strengths and interests related to careers. Applicants must be on the autism spectrum and should have an interest in technology.
This camp takes place in June, to learn more, visit Currey Ingram’s website to see registration details.
Accessing the WRaP Online Curriculum
The Kennedy Center has created this simple guide for participants to access the online WRaP program training curriculum.