Missouri Parents Act Presents:



       Featuring Special Guest


           MATTHEW PEARL 



        "Marching to the Beat of My Own Drum"


  Matthew is an 18-year-old freshman at Westminster College in Fulton, MO studying Psychology.  Matthew and his sister both have a rare blood disorder, Fanconi Anemia, and have received life - saving bone marrow transplants. He created "Bal-Mart", a golf ball resale company at age ten and developed interpersonal skills as a baseball umpire.  He is also the recipient of several distinguished awards. Matthew was awarded an internship at Harvard University this past spring studying Fanconi Anemia.  He is a young man who is making a difference and changing lives. 

Join Us

Thirteen Sessions available for students, parents, and professionals on several transition related topics including:  student employment, career planning, transition to independence, bullying prevention, self-determination, and more!

Time:  10am-2pm

Place:  Truman Building
     301 W High St (4th Floor)
     Jefferson City, MO


Free for: 
  • School teams of educators & student (each educator must be accompanied by 1 student) 
  • Family member with student
$25.00 for a family member w/o student (limited to 1st 50 registered)
$50.00 for professionals/ educators w/o student (limited to 1st 50 registered)

Exhibitors: Please contact MPACT

Registration Information Coming Soon!