Read and Heed: 5 Resources for Navigating a Successful Job Search for Those Who are Blind or Visually Impaired

Magnifying glass over newspaper classified section with 'Job Opportunity' text

Like a gift, assembled, wrapped, and presented to you, is this list of CareerConnect resources. You will receive encouragement, guidance, recommendations, professional opinions, tools, and empowerment to be used on your journey of discovering successful employment.

Open, read, and heed the following resources:

  1. Ten Steps to Start Your Job Search
  2. Sow Seeds to Harvest Employment, A Letter to Career-Seeking Individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired
  3. Tips and Advice for Job Seekers who are Blind or Visually Impaired
  4. Getting Empowered with my Top 12 Job Search Tips

For the “grand finale”, the “big present” if you will, I hand you the Find a Job section of CareerConnect. Here you will prepare for your job search, research jobs, learn about the hiring process, review job listings, peruse useful job search links, and find job search information relevant to teenagers who are blind or visually impaired.

Using these and other CareerConnect resources as your guidebook, I know you can charter the course to meaningful work.