CIP Blog

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

CIP Berkeley Makes a Difference During Autism Awareness Month

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. 

Read more...

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. 

Read more...

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...

Read more...

Indiana Public Media: Meet The Students With Autism Facing College Head-On

Indiana Public Broadcasting looks at how students with Autism at Indiana University are adjusting to life on college, and how a program like CIP helps students get on the path to independence. 

Read more...

Teaching Social Skills Through Recreational Activities

Social skills are difficult for most of our students with Asperger’s and learning differences. Many students may be uncomfortable making eye contact or may not understand subtle social cues or...

Read more...

CIP Long Beach Moves to New Space & Celebrates Five Year Anniversary

CIP Long Beach has officially moved!

Read more...

Staying on Track in the New Year: Resources for Students with Autism and LD

There is often a sense of excitement when something new begins with the coming of the new year; whether that be a job, a relationship, or an academic semester. It is important to take advantage of...

Read more...

Benefits of a Life Coach on Autism Parenting Magazine

By Sharona Sommer, CPCAutism Parenting News, Issue 57

As a parent of a teen or young adult on the autism spectrum, you have probably had to focus most of your attention on getting all the pieces...

Read more...

Spectrum News: Young Woman with Autism Asks: ‘Am I So Different?’

By CIP Long Beach Student, Claire BachmanSpectrum News, December 2016

As a college student on the spectrum, I have learned that women like me often present themselves differently from our...

Read more...



Subscribe for More Articles Like This




About CIP

CIP's full-year postsecondary programs offer individualized college academic, social, career and life skills support for young adults with Autism, ADHD and other Learning Differences. Learn more...

Request Information
Plan Your Visit