Washington Seminar Career Fair

The National Federation of the Blind will hold the 2022 Washington Seminar Career Fair virtually on Monday, February 7, 2022 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. eastern. Connect with diverse and dynamic employers and job seekers from across the United States.

This event is organized by the National Federation of the Blind Employee Committee. The NFB Employment Committee runs employment activities during the year. It is our goal to bring employers who are interested in hiring blind people in contact with blind people who are looking for employment. We do seminars and other activities to help blind job seekers develop interviewing and other skills. We also help answer employer questions about hiring blind people.  

Registration is closed.

Prepare for Career Fair Seminars

Prepare for the career fair by attending two seminars on January 17 and 24. The first seminar will teach you how to interview for jobs in the Zoom environment. The second will teach you how to do fearless and competent job interviews.

Monday, January 17: Zoom Etiquette and Tools for Blind Job Seekers  Seminar (CC Available) 

7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. eastern time via Zoom. Please join the National Federation of the Blind on Monday, January 17 to learn more about Zoom before the 2022 career fair. Closed captions and the 1CapApp will be available.

Join the January 17 Zoom Meeting 
https://zoom.us/j/93719796709 
Meeting ID: 937 1979 6709 
One tap mobile: +16468769923,,93719796709# US
1CapApp Link: https://ECS.1capapp.com/event/nfb 

Monday, January 24: Fearless Interviewing for Blind Job Seekers Seminar (CC Available) 

7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. eastern time via Zoom. Please join the National Federation of the Blind on Monday, January 17 to learn more about Zoom before the 2022 career fair. Closed captions and the 1CapApp will be available.

Join the January 24 Zoom Meeting 
https://zoom.us/j/97523588063 
Meeting ID: 975 2358 8063 
One tap mobile 
+13126266799,,97523588063# US
1CapApp Link: https://ECS.1capapp.com/event/nfb 

Registration for Job-Seekers

There will be opportunities for blind and low-vision professionals with all levels of skills and experience. There will be options for full time jobs, part time and seasonal jobs, and internships. An increasing number will involve remote work. There is no charge for the fair. Our career fairs usually bring in around 100 to 200 blind job seekers, including some agency job developers who are looking for jobs for their clientele. The number of employers varies, but usually ranges from twenty to forty. 

Registration is closed.

Registration for Employers

Blind and low-vision professionals with all levels of skills and experience will be seeking full time, part time and seasonal jobs, and internships. Many will be looking for remote or local work, but a number will be willing to relocate. There is no charge for the fair. Our career fairs usually bring in around 100 to 200 blind job seekers, including some agency job developers who are looking for jobs for their clientele. The number of employers varies, but usually ranges from twenty to forty, and includes major national and international corporations, nongovernmental organizations, and small businesses of any kind. 

Registration is closed.

More Information

Questions: email Dick Davis at [email protected] or John Dubay at jdubay[email protected].