Junior Blind’s statewide STEP Community Workshops are designed to help teens and young adults identify areas of career interest and successfully transition to independent living, college or the workforce. Through community-based workshops and summer programs, highly-experienced staff work with employers, professionals, mentors and educators to provide students with hands-on experience, preparation and support to achieve individualized goals.
STEP Community Workshops primarily serve teens and young adults who are blind or visually impaired, ages 16-24.
Highly-experienced educators work with community employers, professionals and academics to provide students with hands-on training, preparation and support. Meet the STEP Community Workshops staff >>
Students develop work-readiness skills through group seminars and workshops in their area, featuring:
*Workshops are designed based on local resources.
Participation in DOR sponsored Junior Blind workshops are at the discretion of, and require approval from, Rehabilitation Counseling staff prior to attendance.
Our 2017-2018 STEP Community Workshops Calendar is now available, with opportunities located state-wide. Spots are limited and will fill quickly, so register today!