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Career readiness

Having a career can mean the world to a person with multiple disabilities and visual impairment. It’s a source of independence, personal development and connection with others. Learn how, through hands-on training, we help young adults launch their careers.

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Access tech, advocacy, and living with blindness: A community conversation with Jonathan Mosen

Headshot of Becca Meyers smiling

Keep swimming: A community conversation with Paralympic gold medalist Becca Meyers

A group of people riding a city bus

The importance of connections

a young woman and young man talk while drinking coffee

Personal network

Silhouette characters with mountain sunset background

Beta testers for Anvaya Feats: Shadow Rush!

Colorful set of 5

Talking Recorder Buttons: Record Classroom Directions

Anthony, a young man, stands outdoors smiling wearing dark glasses and holding his mobility cane

Career Launch: The missing piece in my job search puzzle

Image of a megaphone with speech bubble: Live Text! and Text

Live Text Feature: Picking Text out of an Image

Professional headshot of blogger Veronica Lewis

Accessibility, advocacy and allies in the workplace: A community conversation with Veronica Lewis

Professional headshot of Paralympian Pam McGonigle

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

Matthew Shifrin, founder of Lego for the Blind, stands smiling in a classroom of young students

The power and possibilities of braille: A community conversation with Matthew Shifrin

A man and a woman shaking hands.

Navigating the disability employment gap: Inside info from a visually impaired job coach