How can we support successful postsecondary transition of blind or visually impaired high schoolstudents
We seek the opportunity to provide workshops to blind students and their parents to help with postsecondary transition. Trainings will be provided by successful blind adults who use the skills in their daily lives.

Please take a moment to share your thoughts about what the most useful training for your students would be. Your answers will help us provide the best content for your students.

Who are we?

The National Federation of the Blind knows that blindness is not the characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we raise the expectations of blind people, because low expectations create obstacles between blind people and our dreams. You can live the life you want; blindness is not what holds you back.

Rank your student's level of proficiency in the following areas from 1 to 5, where one is least proficient and five is most proficient. *
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Succeeding in college.
taking advantage of extracurricular activities like volunteering, interning or study abroad.
Row 3Cooking, cleaning, paying bills and managing a house.
Using productivity tools like Microsoft Office, Windows, a screen reader.
Finding employment.
Rank each of the following from one (most important) to five (least important) in terms of how urgently your students need to learn it. *
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5
Succeeding in college.
taking advantage of extracurricular activities like volunteering, interning or study abroad.
Row 3Cooking, cleaning, paying bills and managing a house.
Using productivity tools like Microsoft Office, Windows, a screen reader.
Finding employment.
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TIMES WOULD WORK FOR YOUR student to attend a WORKSHOP? *
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