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Atlas Foundation For Autism

Employment Opportunities

Building A Team

Atlas pledges the following on behalf of all of our instructors, therapists, and caregivers:

  • To inspire students to joyfully emerge into the world of love of learning, relationships, and to truly see their own abilities and potential
  • To follow NYS standards to support academic learning in all of our students.
  • To support our students in being successful members of their school, homes, and communities.
  • To work collaboratively and respectfully with one another acting always as role models for our students and families.
  • To be there for our students and families with unwavering respect, understanding and sensitivity.

All employees and contractors (1099) shall be treated equally without regard to race, color, religion, sex, medical condition, disability, veteran status, age, national origin, ancestry, or marital status in all employment practices including advertising, recruiting, interviewing, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, compensation, benefits, discipline, layoff, terminations, recalls and company-sponsored recreational programs.

Curious and Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to email address or send to Atlas Foundation For Autism 252 W 29th St, 3rd Floor, NY, NY, 10001

Current Openings:

  • None At The Moment

Instructional Assistants should have their Bachelor's Degree or higher in the field of special education, psychology, or a closely related field. Teachers are preferred to have their Masters in Teaching or Masters in Special Education. Those interested in volunteering or internships should contact email address for more information. It is preferred for all applicants to have significant experience within the field of Autism, Developmental Differences, etc. References should be available upon request.

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    When schools are closed, Atlas is open! Program days run from 9:00am to 6:30pm with early drop off and late pick up available. Atlas programs adhere to both social and educational standards for students to build joyful relationships and gain the ultimate learning experiences while schools are not in session.

  • Big Daddy Autism - Documentry by Aaron Feinstein

    A documentry about the inspiring relationship between a divorced father with sole-custody of his son, Alex, a non-verbal 16yr old on the autism spectrum. (An Atlas Family)

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