Rosten M recently graduated from San Francisco State University with a certificate in Music/Recording Industry. The MRI program taught Rosten a unique mix of technical, production, aesthetic, and business skills to help him become an active member in the music and recording community.
Guido Abenes appreciates their concern, but he'd really like his parents to stop worrying about him. He's 25, he says, and he's doing fine. But he's also autistic, part of the generation of young adults who were born during the first big wave of autism cases in the United States
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
The spring semester just ended, and the students are all off to enjoy a much-needed summer break. I’m very proud of the CIP students. They worked very hard this semester with their internships. A lot of our students have improved in different areas they needed to work on since t
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
By Nicole Highes, Berkeley Center Career Coordinator Internships and volunteer work is a very crucial part of the CIP program. It allows our students to explore current interests and to develop the skills they need to find employment and become responsible employees. The Berkeley Cent
By Nicole Hughes, Berkeley Center Career Coordinator Who would have thought, a “one time” student panel/speaking engagement at Touro University, in the autism studies MA program, would have turned into an ongoing mentoring opportunity? This past summer, 4 of our CIP Berkeley students
By Dan McManmon, CIP National Office During the 2009 Parent Weekend at the CIP Berkeley Center, staff, students and their families welcomed special guest and CIP advisory board member, Susan Moreno, who presented a keynote providing valuable tips to families concerning short and long-
By Sheryl Meeuwsen, Berkeley Center student Put together five students and one residential coordinator on one boat, and what do you get?… One of the most amazing spring break trips ever! A week-long cruise that was full of firsts: CIP Berkeley’s first official Spring Break trip,