It’s no surprise that today’s post-pandemic workplace requires proactive strategies to sustain a strong AT talent pipeline! In today’s technological environment, AT Act programs need a reliable workforce that can be maintained moving forward. The AT3 Center is offering a new approach to support an effective AT talent pipeline.
Does your state or territory Assistive Technology Act program or one of your centers have a staff opening? Use the AT3 Center to share your open position with colleagues around the country on the AT3 listserv. Send your position description to AT3info@ataporg.org.
Another resource to consider may be to recruit from undergraduate and graduate programs that specialize in or have a focus in assistive technology or rehabilitation engineering. RESNA maintains a list of University programs.
Where else has your AT program looked to successfully recruit staff for your AT program? We’d like to share your ideas with other programs! Send your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org.