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EnVision Work


EnVision is a pilot initiative of the Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities in partnership with RIDHS/ORS-Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired. The purpose of EnVision Work is to increase employment of individuals with visual impairment. Participants will increase their understanding of proven employment strategies, increase their knowledge of resources, and develop an expanded network on individuals to help meet their goals.

The initiative will: This is anticipated to be a 2 year experience. The second year will include extended internships and/or paid employment reinforced through the online curriculum and family forums. Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion along with an employment plan and a personal portfolio reflecting the work completed.
Funding for this pilot is provided by the RI Foundation.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
APPLICATION PROCESS

The Sherlock Center is currently taking applications for the EnVision Work 2013.
Click here to apply online.
Click here to download and print the application. 137 kb (PDF)


CONTACT US

For questions or more information, contact:
Kate Ray, Teacher of Students with Vision Impairment
Email: kray@ric.edu.

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