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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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CIP Long Beach Announces New Employment Program On Historic Ship

October 2015 For Immediate Release Contact: Sarah Williams [email protected]

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Herald Times Online: Program Offers Support for Students on the Autism Spectrum

Originally Published in the Herald Times OnlineMay 8, 2015By Michael Reschk

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Press-Telegram: Cal State Long Beach Helps Students with Autism

Originally Published in the Press TelegramApril 26, 2015By Josh Dulaney

Smoothing the transition to college for those diagnosed with ASD will be a challenge for administrators, as those with...

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Berkshire Eagle: Pittsfield 'Shines a Light' on Autism

Originally Published in the Berkshire EagleApril 3, 2015By Jenn Smith

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Autism Daily Newscast: College Program Helps People with Autism Transition into Adulthood

Berkeley, CA -- A Berkeley college program called College Internship Program (CIP) helps people with autism become adults. The program was founded by Michael McManmon (who was diagnosed with...

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