Reflecting on the 2017 Missouri State Convention by Unkown
From the Editor: A NABS member shares their experience at the 55th annual Missouri State Convention.
The First Time by Cricket Bidleman
From the Editor: Moving into college is a daunting experience for any prospective student: but in NABS, we know the specific challenges that blind students face in transitioning to campus life. In this blog post, Cricket Bidleman shares her college decision for this Fall and the journey she took to get there; from high school Biology to the BLIND, Inc. summer program.
The Federation Family by Kathryn Webster
From the Editor: Kathryn Webster serves as the president of the National Association of Blind Students, a proud division of the national Federation of the blind. Prior to Kathryn’s presidency, she served as the Secretary/Treasurer of NABS, on the Connecticut Affiliate Board, and as President of the North Carolina Association of Blind Students.
Tips on Job Searching by Unknown
From the Editor: A NABS member reflects on their experiences and offers advice that they have gleaned from their one year out of college.
Mardi Gras by Ana Martinez
During my time at the Louisiana Center for the Blind I have been receiving training in computers, cooking, and travel. But, the biggest part of my experience at LCB has been the confidence building activities that I get to participate in. I've been rock climbing, and rafting. But, I have always been a little intimidated by huge crowds. What a better opportunity to conquer this fear than the Mardi Gras, in New Orleans?
Anyone Can Handle Horses by Alosha Moore
From the Editor: Alosha Moore is the Vice President of the Kansas Association of Blind Students. Moore was born in Russia, raised in Kansas, and now exploring the east coast. He currently attends law school at Washburn University. In his free time, Alosha spends time with family and enjoys horseback riding, but that’s not all. Join us in reading this month’s blog on training horses.