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RochesterWorks, ACCES-VR, and Finger Lakes Works partner with NYS Commission for the Blind to Provide Vision Sensitivity & Service Animals Training Workshop for Employers as part of 2024 Accessibility in the Workplace Employer Workshop Series

March 14, 2024

RochesterWorks, ACCES-VR, and Finger Lakes Works are co-hosting a unique employer training opportunity to be presented by the NYS Commission for the Blind! Whether you currently employ someone who is visually impaired or blind, or may do so in the future, this training will prepare you with information about resources available to assist you and your employee in the workplace.

This free training will include an interactive experience provided by Jane Sullivan, District Manager for the NYS Commission for the Blind, where she will walk attendees through what it's like to live as someone with vision impairments or blindness. The presentation will also provide information on service animals in the workplace and public areas.

Thursday, March 21st, 2024
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Finger Lakes Community College
Victor Campus
200 Victor Heights Pkwy
Victor, NY 14564

To increase the knowledge of employers looking to grow their talent pipeline and retain their existing employees in today’s tight labor market, and offer them strategies to recruit, hire, and retain people with disabilities.

Employers can register to attend at request accommodations, please contact Lindsay Murphy at, or 585-258-3500 x3513.


About RochesterWorks
RochesterWorks is Monroe County’s largest employment and training initiative. We are a nonprofit dedicated to providing free employment and workforce services to job seekers, youth, and businesses in Rochester and the Greater Monroe County Area.

Learn more about RochesterWorks, our programs, events, and services by visiting or by calling our Career Center at 585-258-3500, (TTY:  800-662-1220). RochesterWorks is an equal opportunity program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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About Finger Lakes Works
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About NYS Commission for the Blind
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