Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Mploy is designed for young adults with ASD and LD ages 18 to 26 who are interested in entering the workforce and transitioning to independent living.
Q: What are the expected outcomes of the Mploy Program?
Q: What can parents and partcipants expect to receive at the end of the program?
- New or updated resumes and LinkedIn profiles
- Completed career assessments
- Experience practicing job applications and mock interviews
- Completed Person-Centered Plans with long-term and short-term goals
- Experience participating in networking events
- Written assessment of overall progress in the Mploy program
Q: How is a typical day structured?
A: Participants will take part in engaging and experiential group modules, learning about the core areas needed for successful employment and independent living. Throughout the program, meetings with industry employers will provide a unique inside perspective into the world of work and help to connect classroom concepts with real-world experiences. Fun social activities, including sports games, amusement parks, bowling, movies and events, will offer opportunities for further socialization and on-the-fly teaching and mentoring. Some planned downtime is also incorporated into the schedules.
Q: What are the credentials of the staff?
A: CIP carefully selects professionals who have experience and specialized degrees working with young adults with ASD and LD and are knowledgeable in the field. All staff receive training specific to the Mploy Program and our curriculum.
Q: Where will the students live?
A: Participants will live on a college or CIP campus in a dorm or apartment. This way they can practice independent living skills and experience college residential environments. Staff will be accessible 24 hours a day.
Q: What types of employers will participants interact with?
A: Employers from a variety of industries including entertainment, amusement parks, radio broadcasting, technology, engineering and business.
Q: Will your program help my student figure out what career path they are interested in?
A: Students will develop a more clear understanding of a variety of key employment-related skills. The program provides an immersive experience helping expand student’s interests while also identifying individual strengths and challenges.
Q: How are applicants selected?
A: Candidates for the Mploy Program must meet our admission criteria. Through the application, interview and enrollment process, admissions staff determine students interests and abilities and create a tight-knit group of motivated young adults.
Q: What does the program cost?
A: The Mploy Program has an all-inclusive cost of $4,900 that covers the activities, budgeting practice, room and board (3 meals a day), and 24/7 staffing support.
*A $2,000 credit can be applied towards the cost of a attending a comprehensive full year CIP program (up to $4,000 total for past participants)
Q: How do I apply?
A: Download the application below or contact CIP’s Admissions Office for further assistance.
National Admissions Office
Phone: 877-566-9247 (8am – 5pm ET)