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Student Transition & Enrichment Program


Two STEP students enjoying a break in between classesThe only program of its kind in Southern California, Junior Blind’s Student Transition & Enrichment Program (STEP) is designed to help teens and young adults identify areas of career interest and successfully transition to college or the workforce. In addition to learning skills for independent living, students develop work-readiness skills through individualized instruction, group seminars and internships opportunities that are matched to their interests, abilities and goals.

Who We Serve

The Student Transition & Enrichment Program serves young adults, ages 16-22, who are blind or visually impaired and seeking advancement in their careers or education.

Our StaffSTEP student answering the phone at an internship

Highly-experienced STEP educators work with community employers, professionals and academics to provide students with hands-on training, preparation and support.

Program Features

  • Career and college exploration and research
  • On-site college campus tours and meetings with access counselors
  • Resume writing, interviewing and interpersonal skills development
  • Real-world work experience through internship opportunities that reflect the student’s strengths, interests and career goals
  • Braille-Low Vision Literacy instruction
  • Orientation and Mobility instruction to learn how to travel safely, including independent travel to and from internships sites
  • Independent living skills instruction to support students’ self-care needs
  • Assistive technology training to help students become proficient at navigating the Internet, using email and completing school and work assignments
  • Support counseling to develop self-advocacy skills

Service AreasSTEP group support meeting

The majority of STEP students are from the greater Los Angeles area. However, any student who qualifies for the program is welcome to apply.

Referral Procedure

A STEP student may be referred by the Department of Rehabilitation, a family member, a healthcare or blindness professional or a school district.

STEP Mobile Learning Program

STEP Mobile Learning Program brings transition services to students who are blind or visually impaired throughout Central and Southern California including Fresno, Imperial, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Monterey, Orange, Riverside, San Benito, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Tulare and Ventura counties.

To find out when we will be in your area, please contact Ethan Meigs, Assistant Outreach Coordinator at (323) 295-4555 ext. 464 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .



Program Contacts

Stormey Ramdhan
Adult Services Coordinator
Phone: (323) 295-4555 ext. 468
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STEP Summer 2014

Session I:
Mon., June 23 - Fri., July 11, 2014

Session II:
Mon., July 21 - Fri., August 8, 2014

Mon., June 23 - Fri., August 8, 2014

Applications for STEP summer programs will be available in February 2014.

STEP Weekend Workshops 2013-2014

Smart Money
Saturday, April 26 through 
Sunday, April 27, 2014

Windows 8 Accessibility
Saturday, May 10 through
Sunday, May 11, 2014

STEP 2 Assessments: Resume Building and Interpersonal Skills
Saturday, May 17 through
Monday, May 19, 2014
*Monday will be for STEP 2 participants only to conduct interviews for internship placement.

Adaptive Technology
Saturday, June 7 through 
Sunday, June 8, 2014

To find more information about the STEP workshops & Mobile workshops please contact:

Stormey Ramdhan
(323) 295-4555 Ext. 468


Ethen Meigs
(323) 295 4555 Ext. 464