We need you

When organizations work together toward a common goal, they can achieve great things. We're seeking partners to help us build a stronger, more diverse workforce and facilitate a culture of inclusivity for people of all abilities.

Established partnerships give the William L. Hudson BVI Workforce Innovation Center a powerful start, but our work is not done. To combat staggering unemployment numbers among people who are blind or visually impaired, we need partnerships that can grow skill sets, create innovative approaches to employment, provide a service for companies who want to diversify their workforce or simply help these individuals become more independent and thrive.

We're an organization that wants to do things differently. If you share our vision, let's work together to make our ideas a reality.

Powerful partnerships yield positive change

We believe in the power of employment for people of all abilities. Every day, Envision challenges the unacceptably high 70 percent unemployment rate for people who are blind or visually impaired. We have a great foundation in manufacturing, but as the economy and the desires of the younger generation change, employers must adapt. That's why we created the William L. Hudson BVI Workforce Innovation Center—to create a workforce for those who want to grow and develop in positions previously unavailable to individuals with disabilities.

Our current partnerships are extensive and are continuing to change and grow. This growth is key to fueling our mission. And we'd love for you to be a part of that.

Interested in partnering? Let's talk.

To make this initiative as impactful as it can be, partnerships with companies like yours make it all possible. Let's discuss how we can make a difference for the future.

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