Envision is joining HireVeterans.com in a large effort to provide quality and fulfilling employment to our nations veterans that seek to get back into the workforce. They have been around for over 80 years and are still going strong. By joining the Envision team you get the chance to be a part of something truly wonderful.
Envision is an integrated community of people who are blind, low vision and typically sighted. Those at Envision find joy and inspiration in their work every day, and firmly believe that people who are blind or visually impaired deserve a voice.
It all began with a simple broom made in their Wichita shop. This grew into a partnership with the Lions Clubs across the nation and its Caravan of Brooms, a driving force in keeping their shop afloat through lean, post-war years. The companies ability to embrace change and defy expectations with quality, new products let them grow into janitorial products.
They continue to focus on improving the quality of life for those who are blind or visually impaired by launching their Envision Research Institute. Their research focuses on national studies aimed at improving the lives of those who are visually impaired through working toward practical applications.
What started as a small vocational workshop in Wichita in 1933 is now one of the most trusted resources for people who are blind or visually impaired, as well as for the professionals and caretakers who serve them.
Envision is a tight-knit community of advocates, caretakers and community leaders who champion rights and pursue research to improve the lives of individuals who are blind or visually impaired.
The company measures their success by the lives they improve. Every smile, mastery of a new skill or new degree of independence gained is priceless. These are the moments that push them to go above and beyond every day and continue to defy expectations.
Envision employs and advances in employment individuals with disabilities and veterans, and treats qualified individuals without discrimination on the basis of their physical or mental disability or veteran status.