CIP Blog

Articles, videos and more from the College Internship Program’s five national centers of excellence.

Herald-Times Online: A Conversation on School, Work and Living with Autism

Adria Nassim interviewed Indiana University student Reagan Roush to help The Herald-Times highlight Autism Awareness Month.

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Same Mess, Different Day: Executive Function Strategies

Have your students been coached and trained in effective executive function strategies, but still face the same or similar disorganization and challenges? Learn organizational and executive...

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Coordination and Wellness Out in Nature

Today’s beautiful Berkeley weather called for a wellness adventure! 

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A Three-Ring Learning Experience for CIP Bloomington Students During Autism Awareness Month

This year, CIP Bloomington learned more about the circus for Autism Awareness Month. 

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CIP Partners with Top Employers For Special Needs Summer Programs

For Immediate Release      April 2017

CIP Partners with Top Employers For Special Needs Summer Programs

The College Internship Program (CIP), a national transition program for youth on the autism...

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CIP Brevard Kicks off Autism Awareness Month 2017

On Saturday, April 1st, Team CIP Brevard kicked off Autism Awareness Month by once again volunteering at the annual Brevard PALS Family Festival. 

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iBerkshires: Berkshire Groups Going Blue For Autism This Month

 
Originally published in iBerkshires April 7, 2017
 
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The local agencies that serve individuals with autism don't want to just raise awareness in April. They want to...
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Thinking Positive Panel 2017: Berkeley, CA

Empowering presentations for young adults with Autism and LD, their parents, and the professionals who support them.

Thinking Positive About the Future panels offer insight into the key stages of...

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Autism Parenting Magazine - An Excerpt from Mploy: A Job Readiness Workbook

Goodness of Fit: Selecting the Right Job for Yourself

by Michael McManmon, EdD, Michele Ramsay, EdD, Jennifer Kolarik, BS Psychology

Excerpted from Mploy: A Job Readiness WorkbookScheduled for...

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Teaching Hygiene Using Executive Functions

Executive Function is defined as a set of processes that address with managing oneself and one’s resources in order to achieve a particular goal. It falls under neurologically-based skills, which...

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