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September 2019 News

September 2019 News

In this edition of our newsletter, we share about EdgGuide, a ground-breaking technology, highlight some recent successes, showcase some upcoming events, and more! read about it in our September 2019 newsletter

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August 2019 News

In this edition of our newsletter, we share some great employment news, highlight a rising Salesforce Star, showcase some upcoming events, and more! read about it in our August 2019 newsletter

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July 2019 News

July 2019 News

In this edition of our newsletter, we share some great employment news, highlight a ground-breaking new K-12 program, showcase some awesome new accessible tech, and more!  read our July 2019 newsletter

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June 2019 News

June 2019 News

In this edition of our newsletter, we share good news about recent events and welcome a new team member! First up, our symposium was a full day focusing on the "how" of accessibility.  We welcome Meghan Morris to the BIT team as an Accessibility Specialist.  And, we...

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April 2019 News

April 2019 News

In this edition of our newsletter, we shout out good news and share out exciting upcoming events! First up, we congratulate Ron Sorozan, LCI's new VP of Technology.  Registration is open for our annual Symposium in June. We recap our time at Google Next.  And, we have...

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March 2019 News

March 2019 News

In this edition of our newsletter, we shout out good news and share out new opportunities! First up, we welcome Matt Bishop to the BIT Team. Congrats to Eric Arther for his new position which leads into "Why BIT?" We announce our annual Symposium. And, we have some...

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February 2019 News

February 2019 News

In this edition of our newsletter, we share out some recent happenings! First up, Dining in the Dark was just over a week ago and we had an amazing time.  Plus, we congratulate our 2019 Diversity and Inclusion Champion, Len Beasley. Another biggie, we still...

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Blind Institute of Technology™ is a Denver-based nonprofit organization leading the charge to include disabled professionals in diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives nationwide. Believing that the key to opportunity is through education, preparation and accessible technology, BIT aims to help professionals with disabilities, and the employers who hire them, find success in the workplace. Our vision is a world in which people with disabilities have the same employment opportunities as their peers.

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