Job interviews can be nerve-wracking, but for people with autism, they can be even tougher. However, a new program at RIT is making that process easier. The Career Ready Boot Camp and Neurodiverse Hiring Initiative at RIT are giving students with autism the confidence they need to land a job and work in an office full of people. Adam Ledet is studying game design at RIT and through the Spectrum Support Program, he is creating an app. "I'm using exact things I've learned in class, exact coding techniques to make something real and I feel like
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