The NRTC is highlighting a growing list of persons who are working in successful careers. These short profiles are designed to encourage employers with the capabilities and talents that can be found among persons who are blind or have low vision.
Learn More about Profiles of Workers who are Blind or Have Low Vision
Are you making the transition from high school, college, or other training program into the workforce? Or are you an adult seeking to find or change employment? If so, this self-guided program was designed for you!
Learn More about Career Advantage: Online Employment Preparation Program
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones are found in many offices but are often inaccessible to individuals with blindness or who have low vision (BLV).
Learn More about Top 10 Features of an Accessible VoIP Phone
Have you ever wondered what prospective employers think about hiring blind workers? New research from the NRTC sheds light onto employers’ knowledge and attitudes.
Learn More about Understanding Employer Knowledge and Attitudes
This Transition Activity Calendar designed by The National Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision (NRTC) at Mississippi State University lists tasks which students who are blind or visually impaired need to complete as early as middle school in order to be ready to attend college.
Learn More about Transition Activity Calendar