Webinar: Achieving Success in College; Strategies for Students on the Autism Spectrum
Students on the Autism Spectrum or with varying learning differences are applying and getting accepted into colleges more than ever before. Unfortunately, getting accepted is only the beginning of an often frustrating and challenging path to the completion of an academic degree.
What distinguishes a successful college student from a student that cannot get through their first semester? CIP is proud to share a few of their best practices that support and guide our students to academic success.
In this webinar, you will learn:
How to develop a realistic college plan for your student
Soft skills necessary for academic success
The knowledge and tools that empower neurodiverse students to succeed in college
This webinar originally took place Wednesday, August 28, 12 pm - 1 pm EDT
Our guest presenter Ryan Therriault is the Lead Academic Coordinator at CIP Brevard in Melbourne, Florida. She has worked in CIP’s academic department for over 10 years providing students with support with their academic needs. She also facilitates communication and collaboration between CIP’s academic departments across the US. Ryan is a published author of several professional articles in the field of ASD/LD education and Executive Functioning.
About the College Internship Program (CIP)
Founded in 1984, The College Internship Program (CIP) is celebrating its 35th Anniversary this year. CIP is one of the most comprehensive programs for assisting young adults with autism and learning differences to succeed in college, employment, and independent living. Our mission is to inspire independence and expand the foundation on which neurodiverse young adults can build happy and productive lives.
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.