Neurodiverse Job-Seekers and Employees

Stanford Neurodiversity Project’s NaW program aims to maximize the potential of individuals with ASD by evaluating their cognitive strengths, personalities, and tendencies in a systematic fashion, thus placing individuals in available positions based on their overall strengths and training them in teams that embrace the value of neurodiversity.

The employment disparity among ASD individuals negatively impacts youth and adults within the population on vocational, economical, and social levels. It has also limited their access to opportunities that are vital to the flourishing and well-being of adult life. Hiring and retaining individuals with ASD in the workplace merits serious consideration, not only due to its salience as an issue of social justice and equal access, but due to the additional potential for the immense societal and economic contributions that would be provided by engaging human assets in an employment setting. The NaW program is designed to assist internal and external employers in engaging and hiring individuals within this population. Prospective employees are provided with significant support during and following the job-seeking and hiring processes.

Innovation in Neurodiversity at Work

Job-Seekers

Are you a neurodiverse individual looking for a job?

Click on the flyer below to learn more about our Neurodiversity at Work program and the Stanford Neurodiverse Candidate Registry (SNCR).

Neurodiverse Stanford Employees

If you are currently a Stanford employee, click here to learn more about our Ongoing Support Program for neurodiverse employees.

If you are currently a Stanford employee, our Neurodiversity at Work Ongoing Support Program for Neurodiverse Employees is a twelve-week program designed to better prepare you for success in the workplace. This program is offered free-of-charge twice yearly (fall; winter/spring).  Please contact us (neurodiversityatwork@stanford.edu) and a member of our team will be in touch shortly.