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I'm looking for employment: Come to Work

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Career Support & Employment Boot Camp - London

Learn new skills that current employers are expecting when it comes to being prepared to compete with other talent in the new emerging workforce.
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Come to Work

The CNIB Foundation's Come to Work program connects job seekers who are blind or partially sighted with employers who want to discover the full potential of Canada's talent. 
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Join the talent pool

Come to Work introduces employers to an innovative talent pool of Canadians who are blind or partially sighted and provides job seekers with work experience. If you're a job seeker who is blind or partially sighted, we want to hear from you! 

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Mentoring enhances professional portfolios, changes lives and advances careers. Whether you're a seasoned professional or in the early stages of your career, mentorship exposes both parties to new perspectives, ideas and reciprocal learning relationships.
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Come to Work partners

Come to Work partners are committed to engaging talent with different perspectives to create a culture of collaboration and innovation.
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Maintaining your job after sight loss

Have questions about whether you can maintain your current position or career path? We're here to help.

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Meet an employer

Ever wondered what it would be like to work with someone who is blind or partially sighted? It's no different than working with anyone else. Hear from employers who have benefitted from hiring employees who are blind and partially sighted.