We’ll help you find your path.

Everyone has a different path to career success, and we’re committed to empowering people with disabilities to find their success in the Salesforce ecosystem.

The Workforce Navigators program supports and enables programs that train professionals with disabilities, ensuring they are equipped with in-demand Salesforce skills and certifications. Additionally, we provide a supplemental curriculum for users of assistive technology, support accommodation requests, and provide job seeker support for Trailblazers with disabilities.

Mike Hess from BIT Takes Home the Gold

Exciting news coming out of Dreamforce 2023. Mike Hess, founder of Blind Institute for Technology, was recognized with a Golden Hoodie for his contributions to our workforce development program for professionals with disabilities. Enjoy the presentation replay above and learn about his story here. Then check out our short film, “The Greatest Equalizer” to learn more about our partnership.

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Identify scholarship opportunities.

Every year, we award Trailhead Virtual Bootcamp scholarships to skilled professionals with disabilities who meet certain requirements. Find out if you qualify!

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Connect with a mentor/mentee.

We’re all better in a community. Find a mentor or mentee through our Workforce Navigators mentorship program.*


*Currently available in the U.S. and Canada only.

Access resources.

We want trailblazers with disabilities to have the necessary resources to be successful in their roles. This means partnering with companies to upskill their employees, offering free digital training to the public, publishing resources, and more.


Engage with us at an event.

We’re always adding more opportunities for you to connect with our community. Visit the resources page for real-time updates on the program, success stories, peer support, and more!


Meet our Nonprofit Partners

The road to accessibility is a journey — and we’re always welcoming others to join.


Check out the work we’ve done.

From developing training content for assistive technology users to empowering nonprofit organizations to become Salesforce training providers, we’ve made it a priority to provide inclusive career development opportunities for all.

Breaking Barriers: Akasia’s Story

Five years ago, Akasia Perran became legally blind. But that didn’t stop her from pursuing a meaningful career.

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Blind Institute of Technology Salesforce Certification Program

We partnered with the Blind Institute of Technology (BIT) to launch its first Salesforce Administration Certification Prep Course.

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Project Soar: Empowering Leadership in Teen Girls

Learn how one nonprofit leverages Salesforce to track and manage data critical to its success.

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