June 8, 2021

Future In Sight raises salaries, enhances benefits to recruit more teachers for students who are blind, visually impaired

- Future In Sight

Teacher in front of a classroom of children

Teachers for students who are blind and visually impaired are in high demand. At Future In Sight, we are taking this seriously. We are stepping up with a bold new incentive plan to encourage aspiring teachers to work in a mission-driven, forward-thinking organization that reaches students with the latest teaching methods and technology in New Hampshire, a state rich in beautiful natural resources and only one hour from Boston.

If you are a TVI or pursuing a career in teaching students who are blind and visually impaired, we invite you to join us on June 24 for a virtual seminar to learn more about the benefits of being a TVI at Future in Sight.

To encourage candidates, Future In Sight, a New Hampshire-based nonprofit serving people of all ages with vision loss, is increasing salaries considerably for our teachers and offering bold new incentives to encourage teachers to work with us.

Learn more at this upcoming webinar, which will provide attendees the opportunity to (virtually) meet some of the Future in Sight staff and teachers, ask questions and get more details about the opportunities available.

Get more details about the event agenda on the event page here:

Register today for the online event at this registration link:

A picture of David Morgan, President and CEO of Future In Sight

In the News – Today’s edition of the New Hampshire Union Leader published an Op-ed by Future in Sight President and CEO David Morgan where he elaborates on this challenging issue.

Read it here at the following  link: David Morgan: Shortage of teachers for blind and visually impaired students