TRANSITION TO COLLEGE WORKSHOPS:
After the Acceptance Letter
REGISTRATION is OPEN!!
NOW ENROLLING FOR WORKSHOPS IN APRIL, MAY, & JULY
After the Acceptance Letter is a 1-month virtual workshop designed to prepare college-bound diverse learners for the differences between high school and college, increase self-awareness, self-advocacy, time management and conflict resolution skills, connection to campus supports, and provide college readiness skills to prepare students for the transition to college. Students will be taught strategies and habits that lead to college success. Through 100% synchronous, virtual sessions students will practice through repetition the skills of problem solving and conflict resolution using real world scenarios and reflection questions. After the Acceptance Letter also includes workshop sections intentionally designed to support the needs of students with autism in the college transition. Students will learn the skills mentioned above with a focus on understanding the new hidden rules and social expectations of communicating with professors and roommates, self-advocacy, and mental flexibility.
"I learned what college is really like.
I feel like I have more confidence to go to college and do well."
ONLY 12 SPOTS ARE AVAILABLE PER MONTH. REGISTER NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT!
Registration Before April 1st Workshop Cost: $595 (includes free book)
Registration After April 1st Workshop Cost: $695 (includes free book)