[Nfbmo] A Message from the Google Accessibility Engineering Team

nancy Lynn seabreeze.stl at gmail.com
Wed Aug 2 14:27:39 UTC 2017

I got this from another list and thought some of you would like to participate.

A message from Google:

The Google Accessibility Engineering Team is looking for persons with disabilities to become volunteer testers of new Google products with the purpose of providing accessibility feedback to the engineering teams here at Google. If deemed a fit, the volunteer testers will have the opportunity to share their thoughts on some cool new products we’re working on, interact directly with teams at Google via email, phone and/or video chat, all while helping to make our products more accessible.


For the pilot program, which may last up to one year, we are looking for tech-savvy users who are at least 18 years of age and reside in the U.S. Anyone interested in volunteering for the program should fill out this survey, which is also linked below. If you feel people in your network may like to hear about the program, you may forward this invitation to fill out the survey.


Have questions about the program? Feel free to contact google-accessibility-trusted-tester at google.com.


Sign up form link: https://goo.gl/forms/MUK9MLhkgbCr8NGM22


Google Accessibility Trusted Tester Team
google-accessibility-trusted-tester at google.com


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