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Student intern in lab

"Anais has been a great lab member. She started teaching another student in the lab the protocol she learned. It was nice to witness Anais mentoring/teaching another student. I actually think Anais could be a great teacher.”
—Dr. Jana Kraft, Associate Professor, University of Vermont (about LC student Anais Sidonia ’19, participant in the Vermont Genetics Network Summer Research Program)

Why host a Landmark College intern?

  • Diversify your workforce — innovation happens when we bring different ways of thinking to the table!
  • Assistance with projects or tasks you are struggling to complete
  • New perspective on organizational challenges
  • Trial run towards permanent employment

Next Steps

Ready to host a student intern?

Please complete the Internship Opportunity Form and/or contact Jan Coplan, Director of Career Connections, for more information. Her information can be found at the bottom of this page.

Resources for Employers

Hiring and Working with Individuals that Learn Differently — Presentation by the Landmark Career Connections staff as part of 2018 United at Work Conference, sponsored by the United Way of Windham County.

Job Accommodation Network — Provides free advice and guidance on workplace accommodations for individuals with disabilities and information about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

OAR Understanding Autism: Employers Guide — Helpful guide produced by the Organization for Autism Research offering easy to implement practices for working with employees on the autism spectrum.

Neurodiversity at Work — Comprehensive guide for employers developed by Uptimize and the Chartered Institute for Personnel Development that includes definitions and best practices for hiring, managing, and retaining a neurodiverse workforce.

Autism @ Work Playbook — Thinking about developing your own neurodiversity program to attract new talent? This “playbook”, developed by the ACCESS-IT research group at the University of Washington in collaboration with the Austim @ Work Roundtable, provides a run down on how to be a business with inclusive hiring and management practices.

Interested in an in-person training for your organization? 

We believe that managing for a neurodivergent workforce is about implementing better management practices that will benefit all of your employees. Please contact us if you are interested in workshops for your supervisors and human resources personnel.    

Jan Coplan
Director of Career Connections
jancoplan@landmark.edu
802-387-7175

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