Many companies are looking to increase the diversity of their workforce and are looking to hire people with disabilities. You can register with several employment websites that focus on neurodiverse job seekers. There are also two disability- and diversity-focused resume databases that many employers use to connect with potential employees with disabilities; make sure to upload your resume to both of them!

Disability- and Neurodiversity-Focused Employment Websites (alphabetical order)

Many companies are looking to increase the diversity of their workforce and are eager to hire people with disabilities. It's worthwhile to look over each website and determine which ones might offer the best fit for you; some of them provide coaching services for job seekers; some of them specialize in neurodivergent applicants, while some cover the full range of applicant disabilities. A few of them list internships for students, as well.

Launched in 2001, AbilityLinks was the first-of-its-kind website for persons with disabilities and inclusive employers. AbilityLinks helps persons with disabilities find jobs and connects a dynamic talent pool of applicants with disabilities to a network of employers that value disability inclusion.

CAI Neurodiverse Solutions
An end-to-end neurodiversity employment program that helps organizations realize the benefits of neurodiversity. Our successful employment model is designed to bring the untapped neurodiverse talent pool into the workforce and creates more career opportunities for a broader range of neurodivergent individuals.

Chronically Capable
Chronically Capable is a job site that works to remove the fear and stigma of living with chronic illness or disability from the hiring process and employers who sign up to Chronically Capable sign on to the belief that people living with chronic illness or disability are capable of being productive employees so jobseekers who use the platform can feel secure that participating employers care about their success.

Disability Solutions
Disability Solutions works closely with employers to help recruit applicants with disabilities. As part of that process, they offer consulting services to ensure that a company’s application portal and processes are fully accessible and provide training to hiring managers. 

Public Benefit Corporation dedicated to the neurodivergent and disability communities. Daivergent is the first all-virtual job training program in the world, that allows job-seekers to explore careers, receive skills training, and be part of an online social community with their peers.

Evenbreak is based in the United Kingdom, but does list job opportunities for most major US cities. Employers who have chosen to place their open positions on Evenbreak are serious about looking beyond an applicant’s disabilities to identify what skills they have to offer.

Hire Autism 
Hire Autism is a free program led and run by the Organization for Autism Research (OAR). With an active jobs board and by offering resources for employers and job seekers alike, Hire Autism aims to expand opportunities for autistic individuals and serve as a continuing resource for them in their workplaces.

Inclusively goes beyond a candidate’s background, working to matching a candidate’s experience, skills, and accommodations needed to succeed in the jobs posted to the Inclusively site.

Neurodiversity in the Workplace
Neurodiversity in the Workplace goes beyond matching applicants to potential jobs; they work to help prepare successful applicants for the job and integration into the employer’s culture, as well as working with the employer to prepare colleagues for their new co-worker.

Our Ability Jobs - Job Listings
Our Ability Inc. partners with businesses to provide customized, innovative inclusivity and disability expertise for business, sales, recruitment, culture, presentation skills, transition and youth outreach. For more see Our Ability's information page.

Peak Performers
Peak Performers has been working for 26 years to help people with disabilities find jobs. Once you submit your resume, a Peak Performers recruiter will review it and look for job matches. 

Microsoft’s Simplify Neurodiversity Career Connector
More than just Microsoft, the Neurodiversity Career Connector works with more than 40 employers specifically interested in hiring neurodiverse employees. 

Specialistern - US 
Specialisterne is an internationally recognized leader in harnessing the talents of people on the autism spectrum and other neurodivergent people by providing them with the opportunity to sustain meaningful employment. Originally founded in Denmark by Thorkil Sonne, Specialisterne also operates in eleven other countries around the world, for those seeking an international career.

Stanford Neurodiversity Project
This project establishes a culture around the strengths of neurodiversity, empowers neurodiverse individuals to build their identity and enhance their long-term skills, trains and teaches individuals how to work within a neurodiverse population, and aims to maximize the potential of neurodiversity. They host a Neurodiversity at Work program for job-seekers, current employees, and employers.

Zavikon provides recruitment, workplace readiness, and job accommodation identification and advocacy for individuals with disabilities or those who are neurodivergent. They also provide education and guidance to employers to support a successful employment relationship.

Corporate-Specific Employment Initiatives

If you're looking to work for a specific company, the following companies feature reputable disability-diverse hiring programs that have been incorporated into their in-house recruiting departments.

JPMorgan-Chase - Office of Disability Inclusion
JPMorgan Chase is dedicated to advancing and empowering people with disabilities of all forms. Since 2016, the company has worked through the Office of Disability Inclusion to promote employment. At the above link you can learn more about programs like Autism at Work, employees who benefit from assistive technology, and opportunities for students and new graduates with disabilities to apply for internships and full-time positions.

Microsoft's Neurodiversity Hiring Program
The Neurodiversity Hiring program seeks to attract talented neurodivergent candidates and provide the training and support needed for career growth and success.Through this program, applicants engage in an extended interview process that focuses on workability, interview preparation, and skill assessment. Our process gives candidates the opportunity to showcase their unique talents while learning about Microsoft as an employer of choice. Additionally, Microsoft holds an inclusive hiring webinar on the first Tuesday of every month, from 3-4 pm Pacific time Follow the link to register in advance.

SAS Autism Spectrum Internship Program
This project establishes a culture around the strengths of neurodiversity, empowers neurodiverse individuals to build their identity and enhance their long-term skills, trains and teaches individuals how to work within a neurodiverse population, and aims to maximize the potential of neurodiversity. They host a Neurodiversity at Work program for job-seekers, current employees, and employers.

VMWare Neurodiversity Inclusion Program
VMware’s Neurodiversity Inclusion Program is a hiring initiative tailored towards individuals with autism. The Neurodiversity Inclusion Program includes enablement for recruiters, hiring teams, and candidates to engage in an interview process that is inclusive of neurodiverse individuals. It also provides a recruiting and hiring process designed to remove unconscious bias. Candidates hired through this program will have access to mentorship and formal job coaching to ensure success and satisfaction in their new role.

Business Tech Services Companies

The following listings are not companies that provide employment services; rather, the majority of their employees are people with disabilities, with a focus on neurodivergence, because they value the unique talents of neurodivergent employees in providing business services solutions. (German company, branches in North America & Europe)
autocon teams utilize the cognitive benefits of autism to provide the sustained concentration and analytical mindset wired for success. autocon specializes in software development, data analysis, quality assurance and testing, automation engineering, and more.

AutonomyWorks (Illinois)
AutonomyWorks was founded to create jobs for people with Autism and other disabilities. They leverage the unique talents of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), along with technology and systems design, to provide both cost competitive solutions and exceptional quality to other companies. 

The Precisionists
Uniquely qualified to lead major organizations in building teams, which include individuals with disabilities. Our approach enables The Precisionists to meet each customer’s individual needs and deliver projects with the highest degree of productivity in areas such as Data Analytics, Application Development, Software Testing and many other corporate digital functions. 

Ultranaghts Software & Data Quality Engineering Services
75% of the Ultranaughts workforce are on the Autism Spectrum. Ultranauts provides onshore quality engineering and assurance services to F500 enterprises, hyper-growth startups, and top-tier digital consultancies. They provide data and software quality assurance across a wide range of industries undergoing digital transformation.

Resume Databases

Many companies are looking to increase the diversity of their workforce and are looking to hire people with disabilities. Submit a resume to two databases used by employers used to find diverse employees.

Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing
The Tapia resume database begins taking submissions in the summer before the conference start of the conference and closes in the fall after the conference is over. You’ll need to subscribe to the Tapia mailing list to receive notice of when the resume database begins taking submissions.  You do not have to attend the Tapia conference in order to submit your resume to the Taipa resume database
AnitaB/Grace Hopper Celebration of Women is an annual conference with a year-round employment site where you can upload your resume. AnitaB specializes in supporting women and non-binary individuals to succeed in technology. You do not have to attend the conference to submit your resume to the AnitaB resume database.

Additional Employment Resources

While the following are not employment sites, they can provide information or supplemental resources which might be helpful, both as you prepare for a job search and once you're employed.

Job Accommodation Network
The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is a resource employers use when determining reasonable accommodations for employees. As you search for a job and go through the interview and on-boarding process for a new job (or even an internship!), you can use JAN resources from the On the Information for Individuals Page:

  • How and When to Disclose a Disability and Request Accommodations in the Workplace (training videos too!)
  • How to Negotiate Accommodations in the Workplace
  • Explore Accommodation Ideas
  • COVID -19 Pandemic Resources
  • If You Believe Your Rights are Being Violated 

State Vocational Rehabilitation Services
If you have a disability that makes employment more challenging for you, you may be eligible for services to help you prepare for, obtain, and maintain a job. Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is a U.S. Department of Education funded program that provides these services in every state, territory, and many Indian Nations. VR serves all disability groups, but some states have a separate program called Services for the Blind that provides specialized services for individuals with legal blindness. If your state does have a separate ageny that provides Services for the Blind, your Vocational Rehabilitation agency can refer you. 

To qualify for VR services, an individual must have a physical or mental impairment that presents a substantial barrier to employment and be able to benefit from VR services to achieve employment, as well as need VR services to prepare for a job, or to get, keep, or regain a job. Individuals who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and/or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are considered eligible for VR, unless they are unable to work.