Employers

Does your company have an existing Neurodiversity at Work program or equivalent?

If yes, we welcome you to submit your job openings directly to the Stanford Neurodiversity Job Bank (SNJB) by emailing stanfordneurodiversityproject@stanford.edu.

 

Please feel free to download Program Information here.

For companies without a Neurodiversity at Work program or equivalent, our program may be able to help you with:

•• Bulding a Neurodiveristy at Work pilot program

•• Finding neurodiverse candidates for your internships and/or regular hires

•• Neurodiversity awareness training

•• Best practice training on recruitment for employers

•• Support of both employers and candidates after on-boarding

 

Large organizations without a Neurodiversity at Work program or equivalent:

We recommend a commitment of 2 years to help build your Neurodiversity at Work program. To optimize for success, we will work with you to create customized training materials to take into account your organization’s unique culture and values.

 

Small to mid-size companies (<500 employees) without a Neurodiversity at Work program or equivalent:

We recommend a commitment to working with our program to build a neurodiversity-friendly workplace for your prospective employee(s). The Stanford Neurodiversity at Work Program can absorb the costs for providing support (recruitment process and 12-weeks of support) for up to 2 positions.

 

Current Partners, Collaborators and Other Employers

CURRENT PARTNERS (actively working with the Stanford Neurodiveristy Project to build their Neurodiversity at Work Programs):

Google

Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Stanford University

DPR Construction

CURRENT COLLABORATORS (organizations having their own Neurodiversity at Work programs or equivalent, and collaborating with the Stanford Neurodiversity Project):

Aspiritech

auticon

EY

IBM

Ultranauts

OTHER EMPLOYERS (organizations which do not have their own Neurodiversity at Work programs or equivalent, but working with the Stanford Neurodiversity Project):

Ada’s Cafe

Amazon

Berkeley Food and Housing Project

California Public Utilities Commission

Center for Learning Unlimited

Cocolectic

Dell 

Department of Rehabilitation 

DeVry University 

Facebook

Los Angeles County

Open Mind School 

Options for All 

Rangam

Taulia Inc.

United Nations

 

 

 

Stanford Neurodiversity Job Bank (SNJB)

CURRENT PARTNERS

DPR Construction

Estimator Intern

Marketing Intern

Project Accountant Intern

Project Engineer Intern

SPW Project Engineer Intern

VDC Engineer Intern

Google

Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Stanford University

 

CURRENT COLLABORATORS

Aspiritech

auticon

EY

IBM

Ultranauts