Rewarding STEM Jobs are available to autistic students without a 4-year degree. STEM career paths take many forms. Learn how to best pursue your interests.
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.
Understanding privacy laws in relation to autism and college student rights can help students and families prepare for the college transition.
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.
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.
Autistic STEM grad student Patrick Dwyer recommends families and autistic students take a self-guided campus tour. Video tour of UC Davis, packed with tips.
Contributor Chelsea Harris explores college transition programs for autistic students as well as the transition process, including different support models.