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Engage. Employ. Empower. 

Spectrum Works is a unique nonprofit that creates job opportunities for individuals with autism by building inclusive workforces at companies. Click the button below to see how your company can make a difference. 

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Adults on the autism spectrum are unemployed.
We're on a mission to change that.

500,000 young adults with autism in the US are graduating in the next ten years. Many have the desire to be employed but lack the skills and experience in an integrated workplace, as well as opportunity. At the same time, companies lack the knowledge of how to implement and manage an inclusive workforce but are interested in employing individuals with autism and other disabilities.

The Spectrum Works Solution is the bridge.

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are not aware that individuals with autism can be productive workers and lack the knowledge of how to successfully integrate them into the workforce.

are disconnected from career pathways and job training in an integrated workplace.


We believe that people with autism can be integrated into the workforce through education and opportunity.  Our vision is to change society’s perception of how corporations can seamlessly employ and integrate people with autism into their workplace. Spectrum Works has created a scalable program that can be customized to companies to start their integration of people with disabilities into their workforce. 


The Spectrum Works model helps young adults with autism live up to their potential for stable, successful, economically self-sufficient lives and, at the same time, helps partner companies create integrated workforces. 

The majority of the participants we have served are employed, attending college, or are currently participating in Spectrum Works' job training program. 

Our organization’s philosophy is to use a mixture of identity-first (for example ‘autistic person’) and person-first (for example ‘person with autism’) language, to reflect the diversity of preferences in the autism community.
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