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Michigan Association of Blind Students (MABS)

The purpose of this Organization shall be to serve as a division of the National Federation of the Blind of Michigan; to promote educational opportunities and the general well-being of the blind of this nation and the state to function as an integral part of the National Federation of the Blind.

During the year, information highlighting scholarships, workshops/seminars, national/state conventions and internship possibilities are distributed. An in person meeting is conducted at the state convention and presentations are held throughout the year.

Please visit our FaceBook page: https://www.facebook.com/MIBlindStudents. In addition, please subscribe to our email listserv, https://www.nfbnet.org/mailman/listinfo/mi-abs_nfbnet.org.

The division conducts monthly conference calls via phone. For a schedule of upcoming meetings, please contact President Jeff Crouch at 616-443-3576 or students@nfbmi.org.

Those attending postsecondary education needing self-advocacy tips, please read the following self-advocacy resources:

The National Association of Blind Students now has a YouTube channel titled “how blind students see it”. On this YouTube channel, it will be a platform for different blind students to show us what is going on in their lives and their different successes. This channel will also have different videos educating people on different situations that blind people face and how blind students accomplish their goals. Here is a link to our YouTube channel and our first video introducing the board. We hope to have you subscribe and like our videos. We look forward to connecting with all of you in the future!

https://youtu.be/QnLE5sghKic

MABS Board of Directors

Officers:

President: Osman Korona
Vice President: Jeff Crouch
Secretary: Lizzie Dunn
Treasurer: Hayley Balogh

Board Members:

Rachel Pavone
Dakota Birch
Elizabeth Monke
Taylor Arndt

2018 Meeting of the National Federation of the Blind of Michigan

Things That We Are Working On

We are working on getting textbooks and materials that are online in accessible formats for high school and post secondary students. This includes the Aim High movement.

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