Become part of a team that values hard work, attention to detail and out-of-the-box thinking.
A2W has developed a process that removes the barriers to employment for individuals diagnosed with ASD. We replace the traditional interview process with an extensive hands-on evaluation, so candidates can showcase their talents in a supportive environment. Specially trained recruiters carefully match candidate talents with employer needs to ensure integration and provide support for ongoing success.
A2W is designed to give individuals diagnosed with ASD the opportunity to share their gifts. Typical positions include work in software development, quality assurance, identity and access management and data analysis.Download Flyer
Attend an A2W "Meet & Greet" session in your area for an introduction to the A2W program, recruiting and training processes and to learn more about current job openings. Complete hands-on exercises instead of a traditional job interview.
Attend A2W's Job Readiness Training, a 60-hour workforce development training and competency assessment designed to prepare candidates to be successful in the work environment. After successful completion, candidates can become eligible for an offer of employment from CAI.
A2W team members receive continuous skill development, workplace support, mentorship, and cultural integration in the work environment. Our process helps team members share their gifts in a supportive work culture and launch a meaningful career in IT or business operations.
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