Regain your independence.

Choosing a career can be exciting as well as overwhelming. Our Career support team offers a wide range of services that enable blind and low-vision individuals to obtain and maintain employment.

Our Services

Career Guidance

Our Career Guidance Program includes help in the following areas:

  • Exploring occupations
  • Seeing how your interests and skills fit into jobs
  • Learning about suitable job accommodations
  • Determining your aptitudes and skill levels
  • Developing a career plan

The center specializes in making accommodations for each person’s unique needs. All materials are available in large print, Braille. Assessments are tailored to the needs of the individual and referring counselor.

Employment Readiness & Placement

In today’s job market, finding employment can be a time consuming and sometimes frustrating process. To compete you need to market yourself successfully.

We offer 
  • Preparation for workplace entry to include soft skills and workplace etiquette training.
  • Completing applications
  • Preparing a resume
  • Writing cover and thank you letters
  • Searching for jobs
  • Identifying and avoiding common pitfalls encountered in a new job
  • Job Coaching

For Employers

We offer services that support diversity and inclusiveness in their workforce by providing blindness sensitivity training, accessibility consult, and employment with retention supports.

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School of Business

The School of Business is conducting seminars approved by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) to help students prepare for work and expand their marketability.

The course length varies according to the specific assistive technology needed. Training generally ranges from 3 to 30 hours of individual instruction; however, additional hours may be required for individuals with specific needs.

For information about our employment services:

Contact Us or call 210-531-1547

Need help finding work?

We are a Social Security Administration Ticket to Work Employment Network specializing in people ages 18-64 who are blind and visually impaired, currently receiving SSI or SSDI.

If you are ready to regain your independence, join our Ticket to Work program.

Ticket to Work Program
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