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Patty Is Why We Exist

Patty is why we exist.  At MidWest Enterprises for the Blind we believe in the inherent value of all people, specifically people who are blind.  Patty has had a long and rich tenure at here, earning employee of the year not once, but twice.  She’s excited to share some her story with you:

Dave and Todd Feature

Our very own Dave and Todd were featured in Opportunity Magazine's Fall issue.  Click the link below and navigate to pages 14 and 15 for the full story.

Taking on Challenges

We pride ourselves on quality and speed to customer.  In this edition of the blog, Glen Mackey (V.P. of Operations) shares about a landmark order our employees made happen.

Special Tribute: 25th Anniversary

On August 22, 2018 MidWest Enterprises for the Blind was honored for 25 years in business with a Special Tribute from the Michigan State 99th Legislature.  Members from both sides of the political aisle came together to acknowledge the work that has been done, the lives that have been changed, and the positive impact that MWEB has had on the community.  

Steve is Why We Exist

The vision statement for MWEB is to “provide employment opportunities for blind and visually impaired people to maximize their potential for independent living and assist in achieving economic self-support.”  In this series you’ll meet the amazing individuals who MWEB not only exists for, but exists because of their great work in this company. In this blog, you'll meet Steve.

 

Scott is Why We Exist

Our mission statement is clear: “provide employment opportunities for blind and visually impaired people to maximize their potential for independent living and assist in achieving economic self-support.”  In this series, you’ll meet the amazing individuals who MWEB not only exists for, but exists because of their great work in this company.  In this installment meet the reason we exist-Scott Seaman:

Meghain Is Why We Exist

Our mission statement is clear: “provide employment opportunities for blind and visually impaired people to maximize their potential for independent living and assist in achieving economic self-support.”  In this series, you’ll meet the amazing individuals who MWEB not only exists for, but exists because of their great work in this company.  In this installment meet the reason we exist- Meghain Ainsworth:

Washington D.C. Champions: R.J. Dulin

Our Public Policy Team recently went to Washington D.C. to champion the rights and needs of the blind community as well as attend the National Symposium.  In this series, we'll be hearing from the team on their efforts and the impact of the trip.  This is the third installment of the series with a focus on R.J. Dulin:

Washington D.C. Champions: Vicky Hickok

Our Public Policy Team recently went to Washington D.C. to champion the rights and needs of the blind community as well as attend the National Symposium.  In this series, we'll be hearing from the team on their efforts and the impact of the trip.  This is the second installment of the series with a focus on Vicky Hickok:

Washington D.C. Champions: Misty Stenberg

Our Public Policy Team recently went to Washington D.C. to champion the rights and needs of the blind community as well as attend the National Symposium.  In this series, we'll be hearing from the team on their efforts and the impact of the trip.  We start by highlighting Misty Stenberg, winner of the Milton J. Samuelson Career Achievement Award in 2017 and cover story of Opportunity Magazine Spring of 2016: