Try religious studiesOn Fri, 20 Nov 2009 13:33:30 -0600, Jamie Prater wrote: >Hi, I'm not sure rehab pays for Bible college and I'm not sure what degree >I'd >get from a regular secular public college. I do live in a college town so if >I found what degree to get, we might have something there. The new rehab >counselor does seem nice. Have a blessed day. ----- Original Message ----- > >From: Mary Kozy To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Friday, November 20, 2009 7:09 >AM Subject: Re: another jaws and job question Jamie, I am glad you are >working with a rehab counselor. Can't that person help you if you want to >go to college? Often rehab will help pay for college. Another resource >for you is Dialogue with the Blind Magazine. There is a lot of career >information in this magazine. http://www.blindskills.org Mary At 10:03 AM >11/19/2009, you wrote: Hi, Mary, my new rehab counselor sent me the afb >website. Thanks for recommending it too as it seems very interesting at >first check. Thanks and have a blessed day. ----- Original Message >----- From: Mary Kozy To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Thursday, November 19, >2009 >8:06 AM Subject: Re: another jaws and job question Hey, Jamie, You can >contact >the AFB Career Connect and they can tell you which people are working >and using Jaws and you an e-mail them and find out about their jobs. >Mary At 11:53 AM 11/18/2009, you wrote: Hi, on the subject of jaws and jobs, >are there any of you out there who do 911 dispatching or other >dispatching either on site or at home? What other away from home >jobs >are being done with jaws today? I know teachers and social workers >and programmers and transcriptionists and legal workers, but what > > else? Thanks and have a blessed day.