Lee: CIP plans virtual summer programming

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The College Internship Program is launching a new virtual summer program titled Summer Sessions @CIP for teens and young adults with autism, ADHD and other learning differences.

Due to the current environment surrounding COVID-19, CIP has elected to offer this two-week alternative to their traditional summer programs.

The program will be offered Monday through Friday July 20-31, and will cater to the unique needs and interests of students who learn differently.

Students will learn key transition strategies including independent living skills, healthy habits and college readiness, in a safe, structured environment.

The students will have opportunities to make friends and social connections while taking part in Netflix parties, virtual escape rooms and scavenger hunts among other fun activities. Parent workshops will also be offered.

For more information, visit cipworldwide.org/summer/virtual-summer-program/, email admissions@cipworldwide.org or call 877-566-9247.



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