- Transition Services
The Bureau of Services for Blind Person's Transition Services help students age 14 and over to successfully make the transition from high school to postsecondary education or employment.
- College Assessment Before an Individual Plan for Employment is developed that includes the use of (Michigan) Bureau of Services for Blind Persons resources for college, the individual must demonstrate his or her ability to function in the academic environment. The College Assessment, which is posted here as a Word file, has been developed to measure a student's preparedness for college, specifically in the areas of communication skills, note taking, technology skills, travel, and activities of daily living.
- Michigan Occupational Employment Forecasts Through 2016
The Michigan statewide forecast and 18 regional forecasts can be useful for career planning.
- Disability.gov Connecting the Disability Community to Information & Opportunities
- Vocational Rehabilitation Program, Bureau of Services for Blind Persons
The purpose of the Vocational Rehabilitation Program (Michigan Bureau of Services for Blind Persons) is to help you become employed in a career that suits your current or potential skills and abilities. If you're a homemaker, this program can help you learn how to do your everyday tasks without sight.