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Rocks balancing on top of one another

Breathing Techniques for Managing Stress

A woman smiling while working behind a jewelry counter

Giving teens with visual impairments their first summer jobs

A man in a suit holding a resume and a cane shakes the hand of a woman

Developing a resume

A woman poses in cap and gown outside

Graduate corner: An interview with Vaciliza

Kevin and teacher Sue Sullivan.

Mapping the way forward for one student before graduation

Thomas, seated next to another Career Launch participant, visits Athena Health, a community business partner.

Career Launch puts young adults on path to self discovery and professional success

Using a cooking stencil, Iris cuts bone-shaped treats from flattened wheat to be baked into popular dog treats sold by ExtraSpecialTeas.

From Perkins to Western Mass. with Iris

As a Perkins student, Maggie’s educational curriculum has been bolstered with a focus on transitional skill building.

Transition is a student-led journey

Through the Pre-Employment Program, young adults with vision impairment develop skills that will set them up for professional success.

Short classes, big impact

Steph works on their orientation and mobility skills, navigating the Perkins campus while a teacher trails behind them.

In a class of their own

Carolyn works behind the breakfast buffet at the Crowne Plaza Boston-Newton.

Discovering a passion for hospitality

Anthony, left, learns about underwriting loans from Brookline Bank credit analyst Ryan Creegan as part of Perkins' five-week World of Work summer vocational program.

Ready for the working world