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Neurodiversity in the Workplace: The Ken’s Krew Journey

Neurodiversity in the Workplace: The Ken’s Krew Journey

Published 10-25-23

Submitted by The Home Depot

Originally published on Built From Scratch

Championing ability and enabling success, that’s what Ken’s Krew has achieved for the past 25 years. What started as a small vision at a kitchen table because of a lack of job opportunities for people with neurodevelopmental disabilities has now grown into a thriving program in nine states.

With funding from The Home Depot cofounder Ken Langone, Ken’s Krew has provided competitive in-store employment opportunities for more than 900 young adults. Take a look at what’s made this career program so successful and hear from people across all channels of the organization.

To learn more about Ken’s Krew, visit

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Ken's Krew: Photo montage of members of Ken's Krew.


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