Career EXPO 2019
Hosted by MN State Services for the Blind (SSB) and open to high school and college students with a vision loss, parents, teachers, and others who work with these students. You do not need to be a customer of SSB to attend this free event.

By completing this form you are registering for our free Career EXPO on Saturday April 27th 2019 from 10AM-4PM. Lunch will be provided if you register.

We will be using the number of registrants as a way for us to determine how much food to order. So if you're a parent and are helping your child who is blind by registering for them, please register yourself and anyone else in your family who might be attending as well.

Note: Persons who are DeafBlind are invited to start 1 hour earlier, at 9:00 a.m. for additional access. All other participants may enter at 10 a.m.

CAREER EXPO will be located at:
MN State Department of Education Conference Center B at 1500 MN-36, Roseville, MN 55113

https://goo.gl/maps/9JqdY1EcnrP2

Throughout the day you can:
• Connect with adults with a vision loss from a variety of professions and careers.
• Hear from college representatives about what college is like.
• Learn why diversity matters from an employer’s point of view.
• Share and learn about assistive technology.
• Sign up for individual informational and/or mock interviews.

If you have questions about this form and need clarifications, please contact Tou Yang at tou.yang@state.mn.us.

If you have questions about the Career EXPO in general, please contact Sheila Koenig at sheila.koenig@state.mn.us.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday April 27th 2019!

Note to users of Screen Readers: Some people using JAWS and Internet Explorer have had difficulty completing this form. We recommend using NVDA (a free screen reader) or a different browser, such as Firefox.

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