If you are career curious and interested in discovering how someone landed their first job or how blind and low vision people succeed and thrive at work, this is your page! When you are looking to learn about how people just like you have found success in their chosen vocation, the CareerConnect series, Success Stories, has a video or blog for you. 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.
It's My Job Podcast
It's My Job is a new podcast led by students with visual impairments interviewing adults with visual impairments who have interesting careers or fields of study. Episodes of It’s My Job have the goal of inspiring students to pursue their career goals and supporting teachers in applied ECC skills. Read more HERE.
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.
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.