March 23, 2018
Autism at Work Virtual Career Fair

Wednesday, April 25 | 1-3PM (PDT)

You are invited you to attend an Autism at Work Virtual Career Fair. It is free to attend. To register visit: https://aka.ms/autismatwork

Participating Employers

Logos for participating employers in the Autism at Work Career Fair

Microsoft is thrilled to be among the companies sponsoring the second annual Autism @ Work Summit this month in Palo Alto, California, which has become the “leading forum for sharing best practices for developing inclusive hiring initiatives,” writes Neil Barnett, Microsoft director of inclusive hiring and accessibility.

“Candidates will have a unique online experience to meet with recruiters at companies that are looking for talent,” Neil Barnett says. “Several organizations will have virtual job booths staffed by online recruiters, including, AT&T, EY, Ford, HPE Dandelion, JP Morgan Chase, Microsoft, NCR and SAP. They will answer questions, discuss open positions and accept applications.”

To register visit: https://aka.ms/autismatwork


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