Sheryl Meeuwsen's college career started with such promise — a scholarship to the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
"It went downhill from there," she says. "I ended up failing out. Moved in with an aunt and uncle in Colorado Springs. Sheryl Meeuwsen's college career started
Host Lisa Davis interviews Dr. Michael McManmon on It’s Your Health Radio, airing in the Boston area. Dr. McManmon is the founder of the College Internship Program, a national postsecondary program for young adults with Asperger’s syndrome and ADHD and other Learning...
June 29, 2011 – By Kate Mockler, The Amherst Bee Newspaper Anyone who’s been there can confirm that there’s much more to college success than academics. Students have to learn to prioritize and cope with multiple deadlines. They have to navigate the personalities inv
By Greg Mellen, Staff Writer, Long Beach Telegram LONG BEACH — The offices still have a new-paint smell. The future computer room is vacant and dark, and furniture is on its way. But the College Internship Program is up and running in Long Beach, albeit in skeletal form, and the first
The Herald Times, by Dann Denny Several weeks after Pam Gertz began a nationwide search for the ideal city for her 21-year-old son Braden, who has autism spectrum disorder, she found it — Bloomington, Indiana. Gertz, who lives with her husband in Akron, Ohio, said she was impressed th
Jan 9th, 2011 – New York Times, by Abby Goodnough Among for-profit ventures, the College Internship Program helps 18- to 26-year-olds learn social, academic and life skills, including how to study, manage money and even cook. It is expanding its summer transition program for new
The Autism Society’s latest issue of The Autism Advocate, themed “Making Friends”, features a group shot of CIP Berkeley students spending a Saturday weekend activity exploring Point Reyes National Park. In the photo are CIP Berkeley students Devon, Sheryl, Jason, Ka
Originally published in the Berkshire Eagle Newspaper After overcoming a staggering list of zoning setbacks, securing financing, parking variances and water pressure issues, the Bookless Building development project has now been given a green light. The 133-year-old building has been