HMEA’s Neurodiversity @ Work is a program designed to help highly skilled people with Autism to overcome some of the barriers to obtaining competitive positions.
One of our employment partners, DELL is currently looking for Neurodiverse applicants with experience in the technology field to participate in the DELL Enterprise Technology Training Initiative—a two-week classroom style program held on the DELL campus at 55 Constitution Blvd, Franklin MA 02038.
A new training session will begin on April 22, 2019. Click here to view the full two- week training schedule.
Participants may have experience in ANY of the following areas:
- Experience with technology
- Using data analytical methods
- Use of mathematics to solve complex problems
- Use of programming languages
- Web Development
- Software Development/Testing
- Hardware Design/Testing
- Familiarity with machine learning techniques and algorithms
This DELL training program will encompass social skills, work skills, and industry specific content. Elements of the training include course modules on social skills in the workplace, stress busters, staying focused, hidden curriculum, electronic communication, and self-advocacy and disclosure. The training will conclude with a team based problem-solving project.
At the conclusion of the training, DELL hiring managers will select some of the participants for a 90-day paid internship. These internships may lead to full time employment
If you are ready to apply for this training opportunity with DELL, please use the link below to submit your letter of interest and include your resume if you have one.
ABOUT NEURODIVERSITY @WORK
Neurodiversity@ Work is a Career Development Initiative to prepare individuals with an Autism diagnosis for job placement in the information technology (IT) industry.
HMEA utilizes a proven methodology for individuals with autism that has been implemented successfully with large IT companies including Microsoft and SAP. As a local employment partner, DELL is committed to providing 5-7 job opportunities across multiple business units through the Neurodiversity@ Work program. Each position will have required skill sets that all candidates must display experience in, or competency for. All candidates must have an autism diagnosis.
Applicants not selected for immediate employment will be considered for future openings with DELL and other employment partners.
If you have questions or would like more information about the program, please complete the form below or contact:
Neurodiversity @ Work Coordinator
VP of Employment and Transitional Services
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Neurodiversity @ Work SUCCESS STORIES
CJ Surett, Data Intelligence Engineer
AJ Tamburri, Quality Engineer
Seth Hoyt, Software Engineer
Learn more about DELL’s Diversity Talent Acquisition Programs