Therapist uses unique approach to teach life lessons.
CIP President, Dan McManmon talks to Lisa Davis about CIP's new offerings, including the Graduate Living Community, Family Services, Mploy, as well as the growth of our programs across the country.
Originally Published in San Jose Mercury NewsApril 27, 2016
Originally Published in Florida TodayApril 22, 2016By Ilana Kowarski
Los Angeles Times: Long Beach Program Prepares Young Adults with Autism for Jobs and Self-sufficiency
Originally Published in Los Angeles TimesApril 25, 2016By Joy Resmovits
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.
Originally Published in Spotlight MagazineMarch 31, 2016
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 [email protected] which is now in...
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...