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Blind Institute of Technology Expands Partnership with Salesforce Office of Accessibility


Organization Providing IT Training, Certification and Jobs for Blind and Visually Impaired Professionals Partners with Salesforce to Strengthen Global Communities. The Blind Institute of Technology was awarded its second grant in 18 months from global leader Salesforce for its workforce initiatives, providing BIT with a global expansion of its BIT Academy™, staffing wages for blind and visually impaired professionals (BVI), and to assist with Project SOAR. Read more here.

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Organization Providing IT Training, Certification and Jobs for Blind and Visually Impaired Professionals to Foster Visual Diversity and Inclusion in U.S. Workplaces

BIT has received its largest grant ever via funding available through the Reskilling, Upskilling, and Next-Skilling Grant Program that was created through HB21-1264 in the Colorado Recovery Plan. This funding will be used to expand the BIT Academy, which provides virtual classes to help blind and disabled professionals gain IT certifications, as well as providing workshops that provide skills needed for success in the corporate environment. Read the entire article here.

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Blind Institute of Technology Academy Graduate Now a Digital Accessibility Solutions Engineer for CVS Health

 Ethan Holliger is part of the team ensuring that CVS Health is making sure its digital presence is available to people of all abilities including the more than 60 million Americans living with some sort of disability. He was also one of the first-ever graduates of the Blind Institute of Technology’s BIT Academy launched in 2017. Read Ethan’s story here.

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The Ripple Effect of Like-Minded Partnerships

BIT partners with Salesforce in ways that not only proide training and employment opportunities in the world of IT to people with disabilities, but also in ways that benefit other nonprofit organizations. Project SOAR, which works to empower adolescent girls in Morocco, is one of those organizations. This ability to work from organization to organization means that we can all accomplish more. Read the article on Inclusion Hub.

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Employment Changes Lives – Jessica’s Journey

Jessica has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona in Business Administration, specializing in marketing. Her career began with an internship at The Boeing Company and has led her down a path that included project management, vendor relations, sales and marketing and work with clinical trials.

Jessica didn’t begin to lose her sight until 26, quickly becoming legally blind by age 27. Falling victim to corporate layoffs, she found herself job hunting for the first time as a visually impaired person. “I did not think I would have a difficult road finding my next career opportunity after being laid off. I was educated and extremely motivated but often would not move past the initial interview. I struggled through this career search, just like so many other blind and visually impaired people,” says Jessica.

Jessica’s journey began with BIT after meeting with Executive Director Mike Hess. “Throughout the job search, I found the BIT website and instantly reached out. Mike was the first person to ask me ‘What do you want to do?!’ It was refreshing and I was empowered.”

In the fall of 2019, Jessica left the heat of Arizona and traveled to Colorado to begin the next leg of her journey. With help from BIT, she began a position with Spectrum Communications as an Accessibility Architect. In her role, she supports the design, development and launch of various products ensuring they meet universal design guidelines. She also works closely with her team for continuous improvement through streamlined processes and reporting. 

Jessica’s drive and determination doesn’t stop at the workplace. She is an avid runner. In December of 2019, a BIT sponsored Jessica ran in the CA International Marathon, placing 2nd Overall Female in the B/VI Division which qualified her for the Boston Marathon.

Jessica’s journey has been a long one, 887 miles to be exact, taking her from Tucson to Denver. Her outlook on life, confidence and tenacity is an inspiration. “Only a short, two-minute phone call, speaking with a talented individual like Jessica, inspires me to represent job seekers such as her. It is not a lack of talent, it is a lack of opportunity!” says Mike Hess, Founder and Executive Director of Blind Institute of Technology.

I cannot thank BIT enough for all the support they have given me – both in the office and out of the office!


Providing a Competitive Advantage

We are pleased to expand our partnership with BIT. For Enquiron, BIT’s services are an important component to furthering our core values and diversity and inclusion goals. And for Enquiron’s clients, BIT will serve as an essential knowledge base enabling our clients to expand both their diversity and inclusion visions and physical workplace accessibility. BIT will even help our clients staff their workforces with an incredible talent pool of individuals with disabilities. We encourage all our clients to contact BIT for their next employee recruitment.

Mike Naclerio

President and CEO, Enquiron

Working with BIT on our accessibility implementation has provided our team with the tools to autonomously incorporate accessibility into our products from the planning stage through to completion. We brought in BIT to reduce our reliance on outside companies, allowing us to internally monitor compliance, reduce costs and produce the best possible products for all end users. Additionally, building accessibility into our internal systems broadens our ability to best support our employees with disabilities, cementing our commitment to diversity and inclusion.

BIT’s unique and fresh approach provides an excellent orientation to the challenges and practical aspects of accessibility. The empathy exercises, discussions and practice with different accessibility tools were remarkably valuable. I recommend all organizations work with BIT to implement accessibility into their own development teams.

Mike Neville

Staff Program Manager Lead, DISH Network