Compass is a nine-month virtual program for college-aspiring high school students with visual impairment – designed to help them proactively explore and develop a plan for building the critical academic and blindness skills they need to reach their post-secondary goals.
It’s a coordinated approach that connects students from all over the U.S. – as well as their family members and TVIs – not just for skill-building and future-planning, but also for networking, peer support and friendship.
And it’s making an impact – on the students, their families and their educators.
Check out this excerpt from our last info session:
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No matter where you are in your student’s journey, we have resources to support a proactive, effective approach to planning for what’s next.