This summer, Robert participated in an internship at the Museum of Aviation on Long Island. The museum wanted to enhance their accessibility options for individuals with low vision. The focus of Robert’s project was to create braille labels and descriptions for airplanes and various artifacts displayed throughout the museum.

Over the course of his internship, Robert demonstrated unparalleled dedication, completing an impressive 35 braille labels, several which spanned multiple pages. A binder containing his work will be made available at the museum’s front desk for anyone seeking a more inclusive and informative visit.

On the last day of his internship, Robert had the opportunity to run all the shows in the planetarium. As we celebrate the success of Robert’s internship, we are committed to expanding accessibility and unlocking the potential in every individual.

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