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Linux administration is a high-demand job skill offering competitive pay, which is easily accessible for blind people. In addition, most existing training is also accessible without having to add special instructions for how to use Linux with a screen reader. The NFB has answers about what resources can get you started.

The National Federation of the Blind is excited to present an accessibility boutique all about Linux on Tuesday, June 28 from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. eastern time, the Center of Excellence in Nonvisual Accessibility will present David Hathaway to share the ins, the outs, and the whys about this powerful, free operating system. David runs a school in Malaysia which teaches Linux administration to blind people, preparing them to sit for the LPI Certification, as well as for diverse jobs in information technology.

Take advantage of this free opportunity. Register today!

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