We’re working with leading employers to improve neurodiversity in the workplace.
We are offering ten fully-funded internships to students with autism.
Internships will typically be equivalent to full-time for 8-10 weeks but could stretch over a longer period with reduced hours per week.
Internships will be paid at a rate of pay that equates to at least National Minimum Wage.
Dates, duration, working hours and location (onsite or virtual) will be at the discretion of the employer but there will be flexibility to accommodate specific requirements.
The programme is open to all current students or graduates who have graduated within the last two years and have not yet secured permanent employment, who are over 18 and registered as autistic with Queen’s Disability Services or who have a formal diagnosis (received or in progress) of autism or a social communication disorder.
Please note that more specific criteria for each internship will be determined by the employer and outlined in the job advertisement.
Self-declared diagnosis may also be acceptable but we urge you to contact us discuss this in advance of application.
You will be required to complete the below form as part of the application process to ensure that employers make any necessary adjustments to the recruitment process.
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