At College Internship Program, our objective is to support young adults on the Autism spectrum and with learning differences in their transition to independence.
via Florida TodayJune 30, 2017
A fascinated Daniel Perkins walked on the King Center stage and stared at empty chairs.
There was no show being performed, no audience, no applause — yet the young...
One of the first things CIP students work on during their executive function classes and Life Skills appointments is creating routines to help them reach their goals.
Since most of our CIP centers have handed out certificates and said their goodbyes to transitioning students, we thought it would be a good time to look back on some of the accomplishments of our...
During the summer, it may become difficult to keep focused on goals because we're distracted by other things, or because the structure of the school year is no longer with us. This is especially...
Kevin Wright’s passion is amusement parks and he knew just about everything there was to know about Disneyland.
Spending excessive time with electronic technology can be an issue for all students - with or without autism.
In April, College Internship Program’s Berkeley campus celebrated Autism Awareness Month as an opportunity for invigorating the LD community through knowledge, service, and advocacy.