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Building confidence through a summer job
July 27, 2017
Public school student Natacha learns housekeeping skills at the Residence Inn through the Perkins World of Work program.
Perkins celebrates the Class of 2017
June 19, 2017
Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo offers words of advice in moving Commencement Address.
5 ways to start preparing for college this summer
June 7, 2017
Set yourself up for success by visiting schools, signing up for the SATs and sharpening your skills.
Finding independence in aisle six
May 16, 2017
Residential students at Perkins learn independent living skills everywhere, including the local grocery store.
Inspiration abounds at 12th annual Perkins Possibilities Gala
May 5, 2017
The annual event raised $1 million to support education for students with visual impairment.
Collaboration at work: Perkins offers real-life transition learning
April 24, 2017
Professionals in Lesley University's transition program are gaining crucial experience working with Perkins students.
Learning how to get hired
January 30, 2017
Students who are blind practice essential job-search skills at Perkins’ Work Experience Open House.
Discovering her inner awesomeness
October 14, 2016
Home-schooled student Danielle Sturgeon turned to Perkins’ Short Courses to learn essential skills before going to college.
Perkins launches transition course for parents
August 31, 2016
Building a Better Day offers blueprint for creating engaging activities for young adults with multiple disabilities.
Living a better life with multiple disabilities
August 23, 2016
5 tips to help young adults with visual impairment and other disabilities build a more engaged, rewarding life in the community.