In this special edition newsletter, we shout out some incredible opportunities! First up, Dining in the Dark is just over a week away and we have a seat available just for you. Plus, we have incredible silent auction items to browse today and bid on February 4th. ...
We're celebrating a new year with success, announcing our new space, and sharing more about the BIT team for 2019! read more in our January 2019 newsletter
We're giving Thanks, wishing everyone a Happy Holidays, focus the spotlight on a talented candidate, and look forward to our annual Gala! read more in our December 2018 newsletter
We’re sharing out some good news, celebrating success and welcoming a new team member! read more in our November 2018 newsletter
Barbara Brooks of Hacking Away at Happiness blog writes about the impact of active listening after meeting Mike Hess at an event recently.
The Denver-based Blind Institute of Technology is taking its message of inclusion in employment to smart cities planners through founder Mike Hess.
We’re sharing out some good news, some upcoming events, and look forward to next year’s Dining in the Dark!
LGS Innovations and a talented team of students from the University of Denver have teamed up to create some amazing assistive technology that enables people who are blind or visually impaired safely run around a track.
In the latest issue of our newsletter, we highlight upcoming events, our symposium recap with links to speaker presentations, and shout out some good news.
Our 2018 Technology Symposium recap shares summaries, presentations, source code, and more!
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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.