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1439 AFB CareerConnect (Sep. 24, 2014)

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The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) offers a vast array of resources and services for those dealing with vision loss. You can find more information about the AFB at their web site:
You can also follow them on Twitter: @AFB1921

The CareerConnect web site is:
If it is easier to remember, the following link brings you to the same site:

You can conntact CareerConnect by e-mail by sending a message to:

If you would like to call Joe Stretchay, his phone number is: 304-710-3029.

If you are interested in finding out more about AFB's webinars go to their E-Learning Center at:
The full list of webinars can be accessed by going to:

In a previous episode of Eyes On Success we focused on AFB's VisionAware program. Click on the link below to find a summary of that episode along with links to the audio and show notes:
Show #1410: VisionAware and Living with Vision Loss (Mar. 5, 2014)

A previous episode of Eyes On Success also covered tips for finding a job. Click on the link below to find a summary of that episode along with the audio and show notes:
Show #1431: Tips for Finding a Job (Jul. 30, 2014)

Remember, you can also use the search feature on the Eyes On Success web site to find episodes in our archives that might be of interest. In particular, if you use search terms such as "jobs", "employment", or "careers" you will find previous shows in which we either talked about finding jobs and/or interviewed visually impaired professionals with interesting careers in a variety of fields!