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Herald Times Online: Program Offers Support for Students on the Autism Spectrum

Originally Published in the Herald Times OnlineMay 8, 2015By Michael Reschk

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CIP Alumni Profile: Lindsey Receives ECE Certificate, Job at St. Paul's Daycare

Lindsey, her mom, and her work supervisor at St. Paul's discuss Lindsey’s successes during and after College Internship Program (CIP).

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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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