To support the diverse interests and skills of our participants, Winters Center for Autism is always in need of partners across business sectors.
Tell us a little about your company and our staff will be in touch.
Join the platform of exemplary equal opportunity employers in our community and help improve lives of many in need of a simple chance by opening your doors to job candidates with autism. Winters Center for Autism can facilitate the hiring process by connecting you with qualified, reliable and hardworking job prospects who have the skills and talents to fit the specific needs of your business. Clinical staff offers assistance during onboarding and orientation, as well as onsite training and supervision to ensure success!
Benefits to becoming an Employer Partner
Inspire employee pride and team building within your business by joining a great cause that will set precedence in job industries of our communities.
In addition to earned income, employment serves as a vital source for individuals to gain sense of independence, share their strengths, talents and integrate into their community. A chance for employment given to individuals with autism grants them access to a purposeful life and an opportunity to utilize skills they worked tirelessly to master.
Individuals with autism are known to surpass others in areas of attendance, punctuality and job tenure, as well as adherence to policies and procedures. Our job candidates are detail-oriented, thrive on following routines and never cut corners or deviate from a plan.
Businesses accommodating people with disabilities are given tax incentives and become eligible for tax credits and deductions. Please refer to IRS publications for more detailed information.
Meet our Employer Partners:
For more information about becoming an Employer Partner, please contact Chris Ponzio at (631)-810-3652 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Winters Center for Autism is committed to enhancing the quality of life for adults with autism through job creation, training and placement while helping businesses to develop and implement programs to employ people with autism.
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