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Press-Telegram: Cal State Long Beach Helps Students with Autism

Originally Published in the Press TelegramApril 26, 2015By Josh Dulaney

Smoothing the transition to college for those diagnosed with ASD will be a challenge for administrators, as those with...

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Berkshire Eagle: Pittsfield 'Shines a Light' on Autism

Originally Published in the Berkshire EagleApril 3, 2015By Jenn Smith

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Autism Daily Newscast: College Program Helps People with Autism Transition into Adulthood

Berkeley, CA -- A Berkeley college program called College Internship Program (CIP) helps people with autism become adults. The program was founded by Michael McManmon (who was diagnosed with...

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Student Ambassador Profile: Michael D.

Michael is 22 years old and from Fort Bragg, California. His interests include science, math, and interactive and high-quality films, and for fun he likes watching funny videos on the internet....

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Student Ambassador Profile: Tess G.

 

Tess is a CIP Long Beach student from Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Student Ambassador Profile: Alex

 

Alex is CIP Long Beach student from Encino, CA who is 20 years old. 
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Unique Program Assists Autism Awareness Efforts

Published in Contra Costa TimesMay 13, 2014

Rosten Murakami is a huge Oakland A’s baseball fan and was thrilled when he was recently invited to an A’s game sponsored by Autism Speaks.

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Berkshire Eagle: College Intership Program Moving Beyond Autism

Originally published in the Berkshire EagleMay 2014By John Sakata

LEE - Entering his second year of college, Austin Herzig is exploring the boundaries of independence in new and exciting ways.

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Florida Today: Young Adults Rise Above Learning Difficulties

Originally published in Florida TodayBy Britt Kennerly

As far back as he can recall, Moultrie Woodall was told he was bright and brimming with potential.

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