Neurodiversity Works is steadfast in its commitment to our mission, actively driving change and progress through a series of well-rounded initiatives. Here’s a breakdown of our key programs:
Digital Drone Workshops
Our organization is revolutionizing educational outreach with a unique online platform, offering an extensive introduction to drone technology and its industry applications, career opportunities, and academic paths, making this knowledge accessible to all, including those with neuro-differences.
Drone Summer Camps
Our annual summer camp offers a hands-on journey into drone technology, where students interact with drones, learn from industry experts, and explore the wide range of career opportunities in this dynamic field.
Neurodiversity Works introduces Colorado's first paid drone pilot apprenticeship, a 2000-hour program that elevates graduates to top-tier drone industry professionals, fostering inclusivity and career success for the neurodiverse community.
We collaborate with training programs to equip students with skills and knowledge for the FAA Part 107 license, vital for a career in commercial drones, focusing on operations, compliance, and safety, and tailoring our curriculum for those specifically aiming to pass the Part 107 exam.
Virtual Job Immersion
Our virtual job immersion experience offers a realistic Drone Operator simulation using advanced VR technology, providing an interactive and engaging way to explore the nuances of the burgeoning drone industry.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
At Neurodiversity Works, we are committed to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment for all of our clients, students, and employees. We believe that diversity in backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives is essential to the success of our mission to empower underrepresented communities through workforce development programs in the drone industry. We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment, and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or any other protected characteristic.
We understand that DEI is an ongoing journey and we are dedicated to continuously improving our practices and creating a more inclusive and equitable environment for all. We encourage open communication and welcome feedback and suggestions from our clients, students and employees to help us in this effort.