There are Opportunities for Visually Impaired Students Interested In STEM

Getting services into the hands of people who are blind or with low vision.  The National Federation of the Blind has a number of programs available and there’s a new initiative to help visually impaired high school students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics or STEM.  My guest is Shawn Callaway – President of the National Federation of the Blind of DC

The National Federation of the Blind helps blind and low-vision children and adults get the education and skills they need, including exposure to the fields of STEM.  It’s called the Engineering Quotient program or EQ.  For more information go here:

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