Finding Internships And Opportunities

Guidance on specific services, tools, etc. that help 14- to 22-year-olds track toward college or work, or others transitioning to new vocations, etc.

One of MCB's primary goals is to help clients establish or reclaim independence. A big part of that is finding employment in a chosen field. MCB's Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) teams help clients find their own path forward through professional experiences, arranged with and by MCB.


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Internships: Learning On A Job

Finding self-sustaining, rewarding employment opportunities is an affirming objective of MCB's counselors. Beginning in high school and even in years beyond, counselors work to pair able and eager clients with employers, mentors, and opportunities that allow them to test and learn new skills.

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MCB Matches Kids With Extraordinary Experiences

Part of MCB's work with 14- to 22-year-old students is finding and facilitating experiences that extend their interests and confidence.

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MCB, Teachers, And Your Plans: Getting The Most From Your School

Beginning in their school years, and especially in the vital 14-22 years, MCB works together with school districts and Teachers of the Visually Impaired (TVIs) to advocate for blind students.

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The Vital Years: Getting The Most Of MCB From Ages 14-22

MCB is at their very best helping families and clients navigate changes toward college or work. Here's how to make the most of it.

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What MCB's Vocational Rehabilitation Offers

The goal of VR is to — to the degree possible — help prepare clients in overcoming barriers to accessing, maintaining, or returning to employment and/or other useful occupations.

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