The North East Autism Society is a great place to work - but don't just take our word for it! Hear from staff about what it's like to work in our Education services.

Working one-to-one with an autistic child is what inspired Lucy Sinclair to become a teacher with NEAS. Lucy was a teaching assistant at the time. She went on to train as a teacher and worked in mainstream schools for seven years before spotting a vacancy with NEAS that sounded perfect for her. Read Lucy's story.

Jobs in construction, landscaping, warehousing and security gave Dean Sullivan the broad range of transferrable skills he needed to quickly settle into his new career with our education services. Read Dean's story.

For years Emily Croft dreamed of qualifying as a teacher – and, thanks to the support she received from the North East Autism Society, she is now Vice Principal of a brand-new school. Read Emily's story.

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