We are seeking talented Content Creators with background related to autism to contribute to STAGES® Autism Resource & Community. The rich online portal is among the foremost collections of articles on autism education, with current research, vital information, lesson plans and free teaching tools for educators and families of children on the autism spectrum.

Over 500,000 people each year read the Autism Resources & Community blog (http://blog.stageslearning.com/blog), and we are on a path to more than double our readership in 2021. When you write for STAGES online community, you will become a part of our growing team of experts in autism education that offer a library of knowledge and research about autism to parents, educators, and specialists.

The impact you’ll have

  • Join a mission-driven company and team, passionate about developing educational resources for early autism
  • Use your skills to explore current research on important issues in autism education and parenting, and synthesize it in a way that makes the information accessible to all audiences
  • Provide answers to specific questions from our readers who turn to us for answers (most of are article ideas are directly sourced from parent and educator questions we receive)

What's in it for you

  • Authorship, exposure & publicity to build your CV or resume
  • An opportunity to develop a relationship with STAGES which can lead to a range of future employment opportunities
  • Guidance and support from a team of Harvard Graduate School of Education Alumni who can support your growth as a writer, researcher and thought leader
  • Potential links back to your professional online presence
  • A per/article stipend and the potential for other hourly-pay opportunities as needed
  • That awesome feeling of having done something to give back

Particular areas of current interest & experience

  • ABA Therapists
  • Speech Language Pathologists
  • Special Education Teachers
  • Students currently earning degrees in education and related fields.
  • Stories reflecting personal first-hand experiences by young adults or teenagers who are autistic
  • First hand accounts of "what works" from parents, grandparents and friends of individuals on the autism spectrum

In addition to written content, we are starting an initiative to develop and feature video-based content on our resource library, and our professional development portal that is under construction. Feel free to reach out if you have experience in video content or editing.


About Us:

STAGES® Learning Materials is dedicated to creating quality teaching tools to help educators provide the best learning opportunities for students on the autism spectrum

STAGES was founded by a UCLA trained ABA Therapist in 1997, when autism diagnosis first began to rise. Our top-selling autism education product, the Language Builder Picture Cards, was designed to specifically meet the learning needs of the individual with autism. The Language Builder Series has become a staple in home and school programs throughout the world. Today STAGES offers a full range of award-winning real photo products for autism education, special needs, and pre-school education.

Our innovative new Language Builder: Academic Readiness Intervention System (ARIS) can now be found in pre-schools, day care centers, early childhood classrooms, autism programs, speech language programs, and homes around the world. Based on the principles of ABA therapy, and adapted for the classroom, ARIS combines the trusted Language Builder Picture Card sets with 3D manipulatives, detailed lesson plans, black-line masters for various activity sheets, a system for record-keeping, and custom home communication forms, for the most complete early autism education curriculum available today.

Learn more about STAGES® Mission here.

STAGES Publishing, Inc. values diversity and we are an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.