Now posted on our Services for Teens webpage is a list of summer opportunities for young adults to gain work experience, learn new skills and have fun.
Help build the future for Minnesotans who are blind, visually impaired or DeafBlind by applying to serve on the State Rehabilitation Council for the Blind (SRC-B). The council guides and advises State Services for the Blind (SSB) of Minnesota and is a critical link between our agency and the customers we serve.
Applications can be found on the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State's Open Commissions & Appointments webpage.
SRC-B vacancies posted from the Current Vacancies webpage are:
SSB has completed a rule-making process for the Business Enterprises Program, Minnesota Rules 3321.
SSB removed and updated archaic language; clarified terms and processes; ensured consistent use of terminology; modified rule format; and made some policy changes.
SSB appointed an advisory committee to comment on and review the proposed rules. The advisory committee consisted of the Operator Management Committee, an elected body representing all current licensed blind vendors operating vending stands and business enterprises in the Business Enterprises Program.
The Operator Management Committee is constituted pursuant to Code of Federal Regulations, title 34, section 395.14, to, among other duties, “…actively participate with the State licensing agency in major administrative decisions and policy and program development decisions affecting the overall administration of the State's vending facility program.”
Legal documents related to SSB’s rulemaking process are posted on the Department of Employment and Economic Development’s Rulemaking Docket page.