My name is Ben Kesselhaut and I am glad to say that I am a part of the College Internship Program. This program has given me insight in helping me to become successful in different areas of my life whether it be...
By Janet Hrezo, Brevard Center Daniel Eakin, a third year student at the Brevard Center, is a poet, writer, playwright and actor. His poetry was featured at Brevard Community College’s 2008 Disability Awareness Day and he is currently directing his short play, “The Interview”, which w
By Jim Walsh, Bloomington Center student advisor This summer, as a part of College Internship Program at Bloomington’s photography club, Jameson Lanzetta took interpretive pictures to a song featured at the closing credits of a video game he liked. I had a blast editing it toget
By Ashley Titone, Brevard Center student Walk Now for Autism is Autism Speaks’ signature fund raising and awareness event which takes place in communities across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Powered by volunteers and families with loved ones on the Autism sp
By Adria Nassim, Bloomington Center student I can’t believe it’s time already for me to start packing up and saying “See ya sooner than later!” Before I came to CIP, life was very different. I was away at college suffering from severe anxiety and depression which eventually lead to sp
The first couple of days at CIP have been pretty hectic, but now that I know where and who everything and everyone is, things are starting to settle down. From the few classes I have taken so far, I am starting to see what kind of a program CIP really is.
“PHENOMENAL! COSMIC! POWER!...itty-bitty living space.” – The Genie, “Aladdin”
Anyone who’s watched Aladdin or read 1001 Arabian Nights probably knows what a genie is. You may have seen the old sitcom I Dream of Genie, too. They’re bound to a lamp or person and forced to grant wish
Hard-working students have more to look forward to By Jennifer Hersch and Jessica Griffith, Berkshire Center students We knew things were going to be different the day that we arrived at our new apartment. We are now technically off the Berkshire center campus. While we still have sta
A CIP Bloomington student’s video blog Mike Toran and student advisor Jim Walsh worked together over the course of 3 social mentor sessions to create the following video blog. The video is an informative review on the independent record labels Mike loves. The goal of the project