Essential study skills for autistic STEM students. Learn how and why to “study as you go” and other important study skills.
Autism and work-study jobs. If you’re an autistic student, pursuing a work-study job can help you in the workforce transition.
Autism and addressing workforce bullying. How to know if you’re experiencing bullying or miscommunication, and what to do about both.
Building social confidence levels means being prepared and knowledgeable in a variety of common situations. Learn more here.
Autism and setting SMART goals. Learn this method of organizing and achieving meaningful goals. Terrific self-advocacy skills for college.
Disclosing your autism to college friends can be a way to grow friendships and develop even better connections to people who share your interests.
Dr. Lisette Torres on creating a STEM familia or family. Why a sense of connection can be important for STEM populations underrepresented in college.
Autism and STEM careers. An overview of participation, barriers, and solutions, with a particular focus on college students.
Social dynamics of college classrooms for autistic students. STEM grad student Patrick Dwyer gives an overview of how college differs from high school.
Self-care for autistic students is especially important during the college transition. Schedule self-care to feel good & improve performance in other areas.