You want to work...
we have inclusive employers.
Don't let a diagnosis define your pursuit of sustainable employment.
Pathways to Sustainable Employment
We believe that people should not be defined by a diagnosis, a label, or a stigma. Instead, we use a discovery process to create a clear picture of the individual's ability to contribute in the workplace. This allows us to create careers, not just jobs.
Career Development Factors
We'll help find the best fit for you and your skills, abilities, and interests by reviewing six areas:
1. Education Level
2. Work Experience
3. Interests, Skills, and Strengths
Paid Work Experience
Limited Work Experience Doesn't Have to Limit Your Options
We offer consistent work opportunities for those who need to build work experience.
We offer project-based and contract-based opportunities for those who want freelance opportunities.
We provide real workplace expectations, feedback, and performance reviews to help you develop as a worker.
We work with your current support systems including job coaches and employment specialists to put you on a pathway to sustainable employment.
We can partner you with a benefits counselor to help you navigate how working impacts your benefits.
Career Placement & Entrepreneurship
Finding the Right Career Path for You
For those who have work experience, a college degree, and are looking for career placement, we'll work with our Network Companies to find the right fit for you.
We even have a pathway for you to own your own business if you want the ultimate control over your income and career.
Progress City LLC is an organization dedicated to connecting people to career opportunities by changing the way employers attract and retain talent through a blend of innovation and consulting. In doing so, significant efforts are being put forward to establish a career pathway for adults identified on the autism spectrum, many of whom are without resources, support, or guidance past the age of 21.
The Autism Employment Network™ is a program of Progress City LLC in collaboration with Integer Network, a 501 (c)(3) organization that provides fiscal sponsorship for philanthropic giving to the Autism Employment Network™.