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Press Release: UC Berkeley and CIP Host New Transition Fair

Berkeley, CA  - UC Berkeley and CIP Berkeley (College Internship Program) are co-sponsoring “Pathways To The Future”, a free event on the UC Berkeley Campus on April 23, 2016. 

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Spotlight Magazine: CIP Brevard Participates in Autism Awareness Month Activities

Originally Published in Spotlight MagazineMarch 31, 2016

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Press Release: Students With Autism Gain Independence, Employment Skills At Summer Programs

The College Internship Program (CIP) is offering two unique programs this summer for teens and young adults with Autism and other Learning Differences. In addition to Summer@CIP which is now in...

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College Internship Program to Host Panel Event in St. Louis

The College Internship Program is sponsoring “Thinking Positive About The Future,” a free event in St Louis on Thursday, February 18. The event will feature a panel of experts who work with young...

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College Internship Program to Host Panel Event in Chicago, IL

The College Internship Program is sponsoring “Thinking Positive About The Future”, a free evening event in Chicago, IL on April 7, 2016 featuring a panel of experts who work with young adults who...

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CIP Alum Adria Nassim Writes Autism Perspective Blog for Bloomington Herald Times

We're so proud of what CIP alum Adria has accomplished during and after her time with CIP. You can read her first blog on the Bloomington Herald Times website, but you need a subscription to read...

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Autism and Learning Difference Transition Toolkit Published, 2016 Trainings Announced

The College Internship Program (CIP) has launched a groundbreaking new “Toolkit” entitled Autism and Learning Differences: An Active Learning Teaching Toolkit. This comprehensive resource book is a...

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Press Release: Recent Study Shows CIP Students with Autism and Learning Disabilities Beat the Odds

Despite high unemployment and low college attendance, young adults overcome obstacles to experience success in college and the workplace.

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