At Mentra, we're trying to place
neurodiversity at the core of recruiting
in a way that scales, treating every individual's brain as unique and more than just a resume.
Built by neurodiverse individuals,
for neurodiverse individuals
In order to make this vision a reality, we need to build a platform centered around neurodiverse candidates and their requirements. To that end, we are in the process of research work with recruiters and candidates to examine and address barriers in the employment process. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we do not currently have recruiters actively hiring on our website; however, we are using this time to identify and partner with organizations that are excited to hire neurodiverse individuals in the future. This work will help us build a platform that empowers and advocates for meaningful and sustained career pathways for neurodiverse communities.
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Mentra's Mission voiced to an international audience
Build a holistic Mentra Profile
The Mentra profile captures the multiple dimensions of the human self by building a holistic profile of a job-seeker's mind. We're accomplishing this at scale by using an AI-powered job-matching platform to connect individuals with the environments in which they will thrive.
The Mentra Team
We are a team of disability advocates and autistic self-advocates Our team consists of designers, engineers and autistic individuals to ensure we were designing with the user's needs in mind at every step of the way.
Jhillika Kumar, Mentra's founder, was inpsired by her non-speaking, autistic brother who ignited her passion to advocate for disability rights as well as a career driven by a mission to create an inclusive world. She is a social impact entrepreneur, Diversity & Inclusion community builder, and speaker/advocate for disability empowerment.
Here’s an example of mine: My personal experiences with my non-speaking, autistic brother ignited my passion to advocate for disability rights and design a world where my brother can one day find a job. I am a social impact entrepreneur and speaker/advocate for disability empowerment.
I'm a proudly Autistic Computer Engineer and Carnegie Mellon Student who dreams of building a world where everyone can make a good living by being themselves.