Summer Video Scholarship Contest Open for Submissions

Summer@CIP offers two-week summer programs designed to assist rising high school sophomores to recent graduates with autism, ADHD, and other learning differences in acquiring valuable skills for a successful transition to college and beyond.


The primary goal of the program is to provide participants with the essential skills and confidence necessary for transitioning into college, work, or independent living. Not only is the program fun and informative, but it also offers an excellent opportunity to forge new friendships and create lasting memories.


For students interested in joining the Summer@CIP program, there is an exciting video contest available. Each year, students are encouraged to showcase their interests through various mediums such as writing poems, singing songs, creating video games, or offering a glimpse into their lives through a personal tour. The possibilities are limitless! By participating, students can win one of three $1,000 scholarships toward the 2024 Summer@CIP program.


Don't let this opportunity pass you by! The deadline for the contest is Friday, March 15th. Showcase your talents and potentially earn a scholarship for an enriching and empowering experience at Summer@CIP.


Over the years, our Summer@CIP students have had a BLAST making progress toward their goals, meeting new people, increasing their confidence about their future, and having FUN! Leading us to our highest number of students returning in 2024 to have another great experience with CIP. We're busy preparing for another fun-filled - and informative - summer with amazing activities, and are looking forward to supporting your student in reconnecting with old friends and making new ones! We hope you'll join us!

Alicia Bourdon Summer Admissions Coordinator

Headshot of CIP's Summer Admissions Coordinator Alicia Bourdon

About College Internship Program

The College Internship Program is a comprehensive transition program for young adults on the Autism Spectrum and with Learning Differences. Our Mission is to inspire independence and expand the foundation on which young adults with Autism, ADHD, and other Learning Differences can build happy and productive lives.