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Second Sense - Beyond Vision Loss

Learn How to Become a Screen Reader User Tester

Thursday, August 18 - 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Looking for a career in the digital accessibility industry? If you are a screen reader user and interested in learning how you can make the online world more accessible to those with vision loss, you won’t want to miss this virtual presentation by the Carroll Center of Boston, MA!

The Carroll Center’s new Screen Reader User Tester program is a seven-week intensive course where you will learn how to professionally explore, test and report findings on the accessibility of websites, mobile apps and digital document files. Not only will this course deepen your knowledge of your devices, web browsers and applications, you will be helping companies by providing important information about a screen reader user’s actual experience interacting with their digital product, ensuring it is accessible and useable.

We are excited to welcome Dina Rosenbaum, chief program officer, and Nick Corbett, accessibility training and research coordinator, from the Carroll Center to share with you the details of this career focused program. You’ll learn:

  • Qualifications to participate in this intensive course
  • Paid internships with the Carroll Center’s employment-related opportunity partners
  • Career opportunities for screen reader testers

To join this virtual presentation, call our conference line at 312-809-1004. For questions, please email Kathy Austin.