For job seekers

Resources for job seekers who are blind or visually impaired, including advice on choosing a career path, interviewing successfully and more.

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You have the skills. Now you need the opportunity. Use our tips to make the most of your job search and go from workplace ready to employed and independent.

  1. Choosing a career path: Assess your interests, consider your values and develop a targeted plan to pursue your employment dreams.
  2. Developing a resume: Compile your ideas and work experience in an organized, professional way that will catch an employer’s eye.
  3. Interviewing successfully: You’ve landed the interview – now make the most of your face time with the employer.
  4. Career training for young adults: Wondering what the workplace is really like? Or maybe you could benefit from a refresher? Our course for young adults prepares you for career success.
  5. Job fair for individuals with visual impairments: Exercise your new self-marketing skills with employers at our annual job fair.

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