Finding a career, or just a job, is much different today than it was even 10 years ago. The market is constantly changing, new skills are needed on a regular basis, and what works today may not work tomorrow. We understand these issues, and can help clients navigate them successfully, for short and long-term results.
For Businesses — EvoLibri is a proud participant in a variety of local and national efforts to change the game in neurodiversity hiring. We have published and run our own Workplace Adaptability Program and provide consulting and development services to international corporations to build internal hiring programs. We also provide professional job coaching, therapy, and training to salaried employees at SAP, Microsoft, IPG Mediabrands, and Stanford University. We are also aligned with Specialisterne in New York, CTP in Oakland and Neurodiversity Pathways in San Jose, and are running a small neurodiversity hiring program at Berkeley Bowl in Emeryville.
If you are a business who wants to hire neurodiverse employees, or if you want to provide therapeutic or job coaching for your current neurodiverse employees, please contact our founder, Jan Johnston-Tyler, for information. EvoLibri is also a Department of Rehabilitation vendor in all California counties.
Career/Vocation & Transition Assessment and Counseling — EvoLibri believes that all teenagers and young adults need help developing and working a path beyond high school, regardless of whether they are college-bound or not. We have developed an assessment and planning protocol combining standard assessment tools (Strong Interest Inventory, Myers Briggs, SkillScan) along with our own proprietary assessment tools, in order to get a ‘360’ view of the client’s interests, abilities, personality – along with a realistic look at what fundamental skills might be missing and what barriers to success might exist. Once we have identified one or more career paths, we then build a road map of how the client can work toward those career goals. Items we include are:
We are a California Non-Public Agency for California’s Department of Education and a member of the California Transition Alliance, and steadfastly work to both provide services to students and training to their school districts on what a good transition plan looks like.
Job Development — Both for private and Department of Rehabilitation clients, we also work with our
For clients who will disclose their disability prior to employment:
Looking for more? Check out our Resources page for intake and registration forms, podcasts, meditation exercises, and much more!