The future of a neurodiverse workforce

The University Career Center’s Disability at Work Series is underway through April 11 with programming centered on professional development and rights in the workplace.

This year’s theme is “The future of a neurodiverse workforce,” and weekly virtual meetups addressing the theme began March 14 and focused on “What is neurodiversity?”

Other sessions are:

  • “Job Searching as a Neurodivergent Job Seeker” at 1 p.m., March 21
  • “Panel on Interviewing as a Neurodivergent Job Seeker” at 10 a.m., March 28
  • “Neuro-inclusion in the Workplace” at 11 a.m., April 4
  • “Introduction to Digital Accessibility” at 11 a.m., April 11

A Hire-a-Niner account is necessary to receive the Zoom link to attend any of these events. Complete this form to register. Email Lee Anne Tourigny ( for accommodations or more information.

Watch this video featuring Charlotte students, faculty and staff sharing what they love about their neurodivergent identities.