Feb 8, 2022
Full video description: https://tinyurl.com/3te82kpu
A young black woman stands in a school hallway. She has shoulder-length straight hair and is wearing a white shirt and dark scarf.
The first time I went into work, I was really shy and felt awkward.
At first, I didn’t even want to be there. But then over time, I began interacting with my co-workers, talking about how to do the job, writing back and forth, and I liked working there. I learned that one mistake won’t ruin everything. You learn, make note of it, and keep going. Now I’m really good at it.
As the video fades, a teal circle with lettering overlaid appears: “#DeafSuccess in Work-Based Learning Programs.”
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