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Our Purpose

EMPLOY

Meaningful work changes lives. At LCI, employment for the blind and visually impaired is at the core of what we do.

BUILD

Over 2,000 made-in-America products across seven divisions and six facilities, with thousands more through distribution and e-commerce.

SERVE

35 base supply centers with over two million products. Serving our military and employing the blind and visually impaired.

SUPPORT

We create more than products. We strive for a better world through partnerships with hospitals and BVI organizations.

Who We Are

LCI is a manufacturing, distribution, wholesale, retail, and technology services provider, and one of the largest employers of Americans who are blind or visually impaired. We create meaningful work for our employees and meaningful solutions for our customers.

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WANT TO HELP US BUILD A BETTER, MORE
ACCESSIBLE WORLD? WE’RE HIRING!

ASSEMBLER, GENERAL

Assembles metal or plastic products, partially or completely, working at bench or on production floor by performing the following duties. Position parts according to knowledge of unit being assembled. Fasten parts together with bolts, screws, speed clips, rivets, or other...

Qualifications:

Must be able to communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisors and managers. Prior manufacturing experience preferred. Three to six months related experience and/or training preferred

Location:

Hazlehurst, Mississippi

Department:

Manufacturing / Flatware
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EMPLOYEE’S
PERSPECTIVE

Vanh Vue

It’s really cool to work for a company whose sole mission is to employ the blind and visually impaired. There are some interesting things going on right now. I am in a new department working on digital accessibility, and that’s exciting to me, because [we] are breaking barriers.

GARVAN MCALISTERVanh Vue

MAKING A DIFFERENCE

LCI is one of the largest employers of people who are blind, and a major philanthropic force for ocular research and accessibility.

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Close >> Edward G. Buckley, M.D. [Chair, Department of Ophthalmology]: Today is the fulfillment of a dream that was started a decade ago, in 2002, with the vision of Dr. David Epstein, the former chair of the department. If he said it once, he said it 1,000 times, we need a new clinic front building. We are just thrilled that this building will bear the name of Mr. William Hudson.
>> William Hudson [President, LC Industries, Chair, Duke Eye Center Advisory Board]: A very special thank you to a man whose dream we are celebrating today. And you’ve heard his name mentioned several times, David Epstein. David Epstein was a true friend of mine. He was a true friend of everybody at the eye center. He loved this eye center. He loved what it stood for, and he was relentless in his pursuit of success. And ladies and gentlemen, I will tell you, this building is part of that success.
>> Nancy Andrews, M.D., Ph.D. [Dean, Duke University School of Medicine]: David was tenacious and never gave up. He didn’t get to see the building completed but he was here to watch the foundation being poured and he knew that his dream, that the dream of this department would become a reality. We’re very proud that his legacy as chairman for 22 years will be permanently recognized with a Glaucoma Clinic named in his honor.
>> A. Eugene Washington, M.D. [Chancellor for Health Affairs]: This is much more than a beautiful edifice or building. This is very much about the future, and is very much about the future in not just healthcare, but also in education and obviously in science and discovery.
>> William Hudson: LC Industries is in with Duke, we will always be in with Duke. And we believe our journey is just beginning, and this building is the ground work to afford us and Duke the opportunity to take this research and cures of eye diseases to a whole nother level.
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