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Forbes: This Is How Small Organizations Are Bringing Neurodiverse Workers On Board

Our CIP Berkshire Center is excited to be featured in a Forbes article which highlights how small businesses can play a big part in employing young adults with autism, ADHD, and other learning...

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The Daily Californian: CIP Helps Students with Learning Differences Develop Interpersonal Skills

The College Internship Program, or CIP, which has a location in downtown Berkeley, gives students with learning differences a space to develop interpersonal skills and transition into the...

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In the News: Autistic College Students Thrive in Berkeley

From left, Emma V.H., 20, Elliot M., 18, and Lauren M., 23, talk about the program at the CIP Center in Berkeley, Calif., on Thursday, April 19, 2018. The center teaches autistic people on various...

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IU Students Help Autistic Young Adults Gain Independence

Student Adviser Raphael Comford speaks with student Andrew M. in his office. College Internship Program provides students with extra academic support, basic life skills coaching and an IU student...

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Voyage LA: Meet Michael Noel of College Internship Program in Long Beach

A Q&A with CIP's Regional Director, Michael Noel, posted on Voyage LA: a community-focused platform that fosters collaboration and support for small businesses, independent artists and...

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Autism Spectrum News: Co-Occurring Conditions in Mild Autism – Integrated Treatment Approaches

Originally Published in the Autism Spectrum NewsMarch 2018

By Elizabeth Roberts, Psy.D.National Director of Clinical Support Services

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Press-Enterprise: Riverside Group Has Idea to Find Jobs for Disabled Young Adults – Create Its Own

Originally Published in the The Press-Enterprise February 24, 2018

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Autism Parenting Magazine: Ways to Help Young People with Autism to Budget

Keeping track of expenses can be hard for just about anyone. Money management skills don’t come easy, and often students learn the hard way that it’s more important to buy groceries than to spend...

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ADDitude Magazine: Summer Programs that Change Lives

Kids running down trails, hiking in the mountains, or canoeing on a lake; days and nights of having fun and playing games. Summer camp is a much-needed break from the busy-ness of the school...

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LINK Magazine: “I am truly the first CIP graduate” by Dr. Michael McManmon

Published in Autism Europe's LINK Magazine, 2017

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