LightHouse ceases face-to-face services until early April to help mitigate COVID-19.
You will soo start getting Census 2020 information in your mail.
A special note for all LightHouse program participants.
You interviews will be used support designing of high-quality training programs for the blind in Poland and the United States.
Working age youth will get a month of work-based learning experiences.
We’re offering paid and volunteer summer camp oppurtunites.
We’re offering camps for people of all ages, along with Deaf-Blind, Music and Woodworking Camps.
A few weeks ago, the LightHouse Board of Directors held its annual retreat at Enchanted Hills Camp, atop Mount Veeder in Napa. Although I had visited the camp before to take part in a Tactile Arts and Graphics Symposium, this was my first opportunity to visit as a board member, and my first since the … Continue reading Reflections from Chancey Fleet, LightHouse’s newest board member, on recent Board Retreat at EHC
LightHouse for the Blind is honored and excited to welcome Dr. Sharon Sacks as its next board chair.
Originally from Australia, Ms. Kumutat moved to the UK after a ten-year career working in assistive technology marketing, sales and development. Ms. Kumutat is excited to have relocated to San Francisco to work to increase LightHouse’s name recognition, expand student participation and oversee a dynamic team creating high quality content to support all of LightHouse’s … Continue reading LightHouse for the Blind Announces New Communications Director – Lee Kumutat