Meet Joe Hodge. Joe works as a software Quality Assurance Analyst and he just happens to be blind. Learn more about Joe and other successful people like him in the new CareerConnect video blog series, Success Stories.
Upcoming Webinars and Events
Are you looking for webinars related to transition to college or work, career readiness, job search skills, and much more? The APH ConnectCenter offers a variety of webinars each month. Click here to see what's coming up!
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Transition to College: Program Activity Guide
Introducing the new Transition to College: Program Activity Guide for students with vision loss who are considering post-secondary education to achieve career goals.
College Degree and Employment Opportunities
How does a college degree impact your working future if you are blind or have low vision? Can post-secondary education increase your earning potential?
The Road Ahead: Career Readiness for High School Students
The Road Ahead webinar series guides educators to move beyond triaged transition planning with the goal of changing the trajectory for all students. Attend this webinar to better understand what is meant by career readiness skills, shared responsibilities, and how to move quickly given short service times with students.
Join the National Transition Conversation!
The APH ConnectCenter has created an email list for the National Transition Conversation in an effort to foster collaboration and further our efforts toward successful transition. If you'd like to join the conversation, click here to subscribe.
Employment Success Stories
Meet John Carty, an IBM mainframe programmer, who emphasizes the importance of having a mentor. Read how John has managed to stay on top of his field for 20 years by following his mentors' advice.
Expanding Employment Possibilities for People with Vision Loss
Welcome to CareerConnect, an employment information resource offered by the American Printing House for the Blind for job seekers who are blind or visually impaired. CareerConnect provides employment information, career exploration tools, and job seeking guidance for individuals with vision loss and the professionals who work with them.
Employment Resources for Job Seekers who are Blind or Visually Impaired
Latest Blog Posts
- Is a Guide Dog for You?
- Technology in the Workplace–All People Who are Blind or Visually Impaired Use It: The NRTC is Hoping to Tell Us How
- It’s Never Too Early to Think About Summer: Part 2 Summer Jobs
- Low Vision Exam. What is it? Who Needs it? What comes next?
- It’s Never Too Early to Think About Summer: Part 1 A hands-on approach to summer activities for blind kids