How It Works

Our job board is populated with businesses that have expressed their willingness to hire individuals with autism and are looking for employees just like you. Get started by creating your account, creating a resume, and submitting your first job application.

Create Your Account

Getting your name out there is the first step. Your Hire Autism account will give you a direct line to all the employment opportunities we have to offer. Create your unique profile now to:

  • Apply for jobs
  • Create a resume
  • Save jobs

Search Area Jobs

Nothing is more important than finding a job close to home. In fact, commuting or getting back and forth to work is often the biggest challenge to finding the right job and achieving long-term job satisfaction. Our search function allows you to see:

  • The exact location of a workplace
  • How you can get there
  • Available public transportation options

Easily Apply for Jobs

Our job application process is streamlined and simple. Once you create your account and input your skills and work experience, you’re ready to go. You can search for available jobs, read the profiles of participating businesses, access the supporting tips and tools, then apply for jobs when you’re ready.

 

 

Resources

Resources

The job search can be complicated and confusing at times. Looking for advice? You will find lots of useful information and tips in our Resource Center.
  • Update Your Applicant Profile

    Learn how to add information or update the information in your Hire Autism job-seeker account with a video tutorial.

    Watch Now
  • Searching for Jobs

    Learn about types of employment, ways to gain experience, networking, and much more.

    Get Started
  • SSDI and SSI Benefits

    Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income are the largest of several federal programs that provide assistance to people with disabilities.

    Learn More
  • Creating the Best Resume

    The first step of applying to jobs is to make a resume. Learn how to create the right resume for you in this article.

    Create Now
  • Preparing for an Interview

    Get advice on interview etiquette, from common questions and attire, to disclosure.

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  • Interview Questions

    What can you expect going into your job interview? Review some common questions interviewers ask and learn what information you don’t have to share in an interview.

    Prepare Now
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