Meet Tristan, a student from CIP Berkeley and the winner of our What CIP Means to Me Contest!
Harper is one of the many students that takes full advantage of the career services provided to students at CIP. Her amicable yet vivacious personality permits her to go to great lengths to attain...
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...
Press Release: Landing and Keeping a Job - New Book Provides Guidance For Young Adults With Autism And Learning Differences
A first of its kind workbook has just been published to assist those who teach young adults with Autism and Learning Differences about securing employment.
The College Internship Program for young adults on the autism spectrum, with ADHD, and other learning differences, has expanded its program and moved to downtown Berkeley, at 2150 Shattuck Ave....
This blog post was written by CIP Berkeley student, Jacob. He explains how CIP empowers students to practice independence during the Student Forum.
On September 1, 2017, CIP Berkeley moved to a brand new space in downtown Berkeley.
via The Miami Herald
Dr. Shore to serve as senior advisor for national transition program serving young adults with autism and learning differences.