Job and Life Skills for Teens
Several Minnesota organizations offer programs to provide blind, DeafBlind or low vision students with the skills, confidence, and experience needed to succeed in life and work.
See the list of 2017 summer opportunities.
In addition to summertime programs, these organizations offer experience-based programming that runs throughout the school year.
Blind Inc., Minneapolis
Build Your Future as you Transition from High School to Adulthood: BLIND, Inc. offers transition programs for blind and low vision students 14 to 21 years of age who are attending high school.
Learn more about Blind Inc.'s Transition Programs that include TEAMS, Transition Trails, and STAR programs.
Lighthouse Center for Vision Loss, Duluth
Connect with peers from across the state, and build a foundation for your future.
Access the Lighthouse Center for Vision Loss website to find more information about services, including audio-described video, application and flyer.