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#DiverseMinds: The Neurodiversity Conference
Where? IAB (Internet Advertising Bureau)
Diverse minds will make the industry more creative, innovative and profitable. To drive creativity and innovation, it’s time to celebrate and recruit divergent thinkers: those with dylsexia, dyspraxia, autism, aspergers, dyspraxia, ADHD and more. How can we unlock this potential.
Social Enterprise UK Annual General Meeting
Where? PwC More London
Tech Inclusion London - Driving An Inclusive Future
Where? Google HQ
Tech Inclusion events bring the local tech industry together to drive solutions to diversity and inclusion: executives, hiring managers, human resources, data scientists, educators, entrepreneurs, investors, policymakers and diversity and inclusion advocates.
Social Enterprise UK Awards
Where? Royal Horticultural Halls
The UK Social Enterprise Awards recognise businesses that give back, enrich communities and make a contribution to society, as well as those who lead them – the social entrepreneurs who use their business acumen to make a real difference, tackling social and environmental problems both in Britain and abroad. Auticon is shortlisted for two categories – One to Watch and Tech for Good.
Recruiter in residence and recruitment presentation
Where? Sherfield Building, Imperial College
Annual recruitment fair of the Supporters Club Computer Laboratory
Where? Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Fair
Where? Forum Hertfordshire, College Lane Campus, University of Hertfordshire
Blackrock Capital neurodiversity event
City Bridge Trust - Bridge to Work
Autism Anglia Life Chances Conference
The Life Chances Conference will focus on attitudes towards neurodiversity and how best to support people on the autism spectrum. Esteemed professionals and autistic individuals will share research and ideas on continuing to develop a society where people on the autism spectrum are valued, supported and celebrated as integral members of a diverse world, from childhood through to older age. Auticon Consultant will be speaking about his career at the Autism Anglia Life Chances Conference.
Cyber Growth Partnership
Big Society Capital
Computer Weekly - Diversity in Tech
Asperger London Area Group
ALAG runs a monthly support group for adults on the autistic spectrum living in the Greater London area although those from elsewhere are welcome. It is a chance to meet others to talk about common issues and to support and help each other. The first half-hour of the meeting is spent socialising and having refreshments. This is followed by the whole group sitting down together to discuss an agreed topic or to hear from different speakers who offer advice and guidance on issues relating to autism. These topics are planned in advance and any member can suggest a future topic. Some of the topics are listed below.
The group meets on the first Tuesday of every month in Islington from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Booking in advance for new attendees is essential. There is a small entrance fee of £3 (members) or £4 (non-members) to cover the cost of refreshments, including a vegetarian option.
To find out more about ALAG or book a place to attend any of the meetings email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
British Mensa & Auticon - Autism and high IQ (working title)
This event is for Mensa members only.
Birkbeck UpScale & Auticon - Careers for autistic adults
Where? Bloomsbury, tbc
Do you have an autism spectrum diagnosis? Are you interested in a career that focuses on your individual skills and strengths? Birkbeck Upscale and Auticon are inviting you to an information evening on career opportunities at Auticon.
The event is free and open to everyone. Mentors, parents, friends and anyone interested in the topic is welcome to join.