High School Student Program

High School and University Student Program

Vision Screening Training for Students

In order to help ensure that future medical professionals are trained and certified to provide Children’s and Adult Vision Screenings, Prevent Blindness Wisconsin provides trainings to students pursuing a career in the medical field!

We train, certify, and equip university and high school students to provide both children’s and adult vision screenings.  Prevent Blindness Wisconsin works with many nursing programs, Student Nursing Associations, Pre-Optometry Clubs, Pre-Med Clubs, Pre-Health Clubs, HOSA Clubs, National Honors Society, and Key Clubs.  This 3 year certification can be used on the student’s resume as they apply for further education or seek employment after school.  The hands-on training provides students with a meaningful educational experience and a chance to practice their new skills.

Certified students are given the opportunity to practice their new skills through volunteer opportunities with Prevent Blindness Wisconsin or within their academic program.

University Partners

University Program

Cardinal Stritch University

Concordia University

Edgewood College

Fox Valley Technical College

Marian University

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College-Marinette

Marquette University

Medical College of Wisconsin


University of Wisconsin Eau Claire

University of Wisconsin Madison

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

University of Wisconsin Parkside

High School Partners

Racine Unified School District

Marshall High School

Kettle Moraine High School

Elkhorn High School

Germantown High School

Contact Us

For more inforamtion on how to start this program in your school, contact Shelby LaTona, Senior Community Health Manager, at [email protected] or (414)-765-0505 ext.103.