Neurodiversity@Deloitte has been saved
Training high performing talent across the autism spectrum
In collaboration with the Specialisterne USA, Deloitte is pleased to be a part of the Autism@Work movement.
Deloitte’s Neurodiversity@Deloitte program consists of a three-month apprenticeship with an opportunity for full-time employment upon successful completion of the three-month apprenticeship.
While this apprenticeship and any full-time opportunity are based in our Lake Mary, FL, Mechanicsburg, PA, and Gilbert, AZ, US Delivery Centers, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the work will be performed virtually until further notice.
Qualified participants will be invited to attend a virtual one-day employment workshop. If successful during the workshop, you can be invited to attend our virtual two-week assessment period in which you will be able to demonstrate your technical skills while also gaining experience. At the conclusion of the assessment period, a three-month paid apprenticeship may be extended to the most qualified candidates, with the potential for full-time employment.
Meet Ian and Christopher
When asked about their experience as participants of the program, Ian Devilbiss and Christopher Kolos felt that they were able to bring their strengths to their job every day and are continuing to learn new skills and systems. “My biggest strengths are being able to present in front of a large crowd and my ability to lead a team,” said Ian, while Christopher is “able to analyze systems, see how it works and how to leverage [the information] to fill the organization’s objectives.”
Deloitte Insights: Creating a better work environment for all by embracing neurodiversity
As individuals, we all have passion, power, and purpose within us. These help drive our talents, ideas, and abilities. Shining a light on these skills will bring a unique perspective to the work you do and the impact you make at Deloitte.
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