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Imagine Your Future

Autism, College Transitions, and Academic Success

Stairway to STEM and Tufts University present an exciting day of talks, panels, and campus experiences for autistic high school and college students, as well as families, educators, and support professionals. This registration is for the live stream. For the on campus registration, click here. In addition to STS and Tufts speakers and panelists, participants include students and educational professionals from:

Attendees will: 

  • learn about the college transition from keynote speaker Patrick Dwyer, an autistic self-advocate and STEM PhD student
  • gain understanding of the college landscape from Student Services and Disabilities Services experts
  • discover essential skills and hear from thriving autistic students on succeeding in college
  • have an opportunity to explore a college campus and experience a college dining hall

Join us of Facebook and check out our Facebook Event Page. Follow us on Twitter. Download the agenda: Imagine Your Future September 2020 Agenda

When

Saturday September 26, 2020
10 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. (eastern)

Register Below:

Registration is now open. 

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STS and Tufts are pleased to offer a limited number of reduced and no cost registrations, including for the live stream. To find out more, email Jessica Murray at jmurray@stairwaytostem.org

For any questions not answered above, please email Jessica Murray at jmurray@stairwaytostem.org

Price: $ 40.00
We accept both debit and credit card payments securely through PayPal. For other forms of payment please email info@stairwaytostem.org.

This Material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1737768. Any opinions, finding, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.