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Inclusion, access, perseverance: A community conversation with Paralympian Pam McGonigle

In this Career Launch speaker series event, Brian Switzer and four-time Paralympian and gold medalist Pam McGonigle discuss the parallels between what it takes to achieve success in sports and in your career.

In this session, Brian Switzer, author, deafblind athlete, and Assistive Tech Instructor for Career Launch @ Perkins, hosts an interactive discussion with four-time Paralympian and gold medalist Pam McGonigle about going for gold in sports and at work.

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This discussion was informative and educations – for sports fans, job seekers with disabilities, inclusion-focused employers and more. Check it out!

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