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Volunteering led to a successful career
Holding handsWe have all heard that volunteering can lead to future employment opportunities. Sue Martin proves it in this article detailing her journey to becoming a vision rehab therapist, a low vision therapist and then a subject matter expert for the Computer Access Training Section of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Although she didn’t set out to volunteer in order to get a job, it has worked to her benefit over her career and she encourages others to volunteer in areas that interest them. You never know where your volunteer experience will lead!

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Volunteering with Blinded Veterans Leads to a Fulfilling Career at the Department of Veterans Affairs

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