We are excited to announce The Precision Institute as the newest recipient of a Sony Create Action Grant. The Delaware-based nonprofit assists neurodiverse adults, impacted by autism and other developmental disabilities, overcome barriers to employment. As winners of the grant, the organization will receive $50,000 in cash to continue and expand their work, a custom short film telling their story, $50,000 in Sony Electronics products to support their action plan, and collaboration and partnership with Sony.
The nonprofit assists neurodiverse adults, impacted by autism and other developmental disabilities, overcome barriers to employment.
Located in Phoenix, AZ; Wilmington, DE and Nashville, TN, The Precision Institute works with under/unemployed neurodiverse adults, ages 18+ years, with a HS diploma or GED. They partner with local nonprofits, government agencies and employers to assist in the support and fulfillment of their mission.
The Precision Institute looks "beyond the disability," offering multi-week Workforce Development programs at no cost to the candidate. They assess and develop each candidate’s skills and abilities to empower their employment in IT and business services positions in order to change their lives.
Sony looks forward to working with The Precision Institute and the opportunity to support their mission assisting neurodiverse adults overcome barriers to employment.
Learn more about The Precision Institute at theprecision.institute.
The second year of the Create Action Grant Program is open through March 31, 2023, and will provide grants to 10 organizations total, with one new grant awarded each month. After initial submission, each application will be within consideration throughout the entirety of the program. Learn more and see how your organization can apply at alphauniverse.com/createaction.