Current Telework and Self-Employment Opportunities!
Braille proofreaders and braille
transcriptionists are needed! This
is an opportunity to work from your home by contract or subcontract
The National Library Services for the
Blind and Physically
Handicapped of the Library of Congress offers a correspondence
certification training program to individuals interested in becoming
a braille proofreader or braille transcriber. Braille proofreader
takes approximately 9-12 months, and braille transcriptionist training
takes approximately 12-16 months.
A high school education is
required. Persons who are most
successful at this type of work are highly detail-oriented and possess
good proofreading skills.
For training and career information,
contact the National Library
Services for the Blind and Physically Handicapped at 1-800-424-8567,
or visit their web site:
Library Services for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
For additional career information and telework opportunities, contact
the company Braille Plus (located in Salem, OR) at (503) 391-5335.