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Our Autism Acceptance program is designed to teach elementary and middle school students about their autistic peers. The program is centered around an illustrated booklet that tells the story about a new student, an autistic boy, through the eyes of a typical peer. The story teaches children that autistic students may think differently but are of equal worth.
Our Autism Acceptance program is designed to increase awareness of autism among students from grades K-8. With greater knowledge of autism, our youth will learn to see the person first rather than focus on a classmate’s disability. By increasing students’ acceptance of differences, our Autism Acceptance program creates a more inclusive classroom and overall sense of community.
Our presentation can be done at your location (local venues only) or virtually (within the US).
Take a look at our video highlighting our Autism Ambassador training! We love to share messages about autism awareness and autism acceptance. Educating our friends is the first step of many!
The Lisa Higgins Hussman Scholarship supports students attending two-year undergraduate colleges; life skills or post-secondary programs; or vocational, technical, or trade schools. Hussman applicants typically make up the pool of talented students who face daily challenges related to autism and attend programs that assist in skill building, job readiness, and other transition-related skills.
The Synchrony Scholarship for Autistic Students of Color supports students attending any kind of post-secondary undergraduate institution: four-year colleges; two-year colleges; life skills or postsecondary programs; or vocational, technical, or trade schools. Applicants must belong to an underrepresented racial/ethnic minority group.
The Schwallie Family Scholarship supports students attending two- or four-year undergraduate colleges. The majority of Schwallie applicants attend or plan to attend four-year undergraduate colleges. Schwallie applicants attending two-year undergraduate degree programs are often students who intend to transfer to a four-year undergraduate program in the future. Many applicants with a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome choose to apply for this program.
The KFM Making a Difference Scholarship is open to all high school and current college students with autism attending a post-secondary programs. This scholarship has no geographic restrictions and is open to all upcoming and current college students with autism in the U.S and internationally! If you were selected in a previous year and/or weren’t selected you may reapply as long as you are still attending college . (Just make sure to send them a new original application and essay!)
Lime Connect believes strongly in the potential of high school students who have all types of disabilities and is committed to supporting their future. In 2019, we were pleased to launch our inaugural Pathways Scholarship designed for current high school seniors who are pursuing a degree at a four-year university or college in either the U.S. or Canada.
The PCA SKIN® “Diversity in Esthetics” Student Scholarship was created in 2022 with the purpose of increasing the representation of diverse esthetics professionals. For more than three decades, PCA SKIN® has been the leader in skin health education. PCA SKIN® has been and continues to be a trusted innovator in the development of highly effective professional treatments and daily care products. Our vision is to improve people’s lives by providing results-oriented skincare solutions that are backed by science for the health of your unique skin.
The PCA SKIN® “Diversity in Esthetics” Student Scholarship awards outstanding diverse students to encourage their selection of esthetics as a program of study and their ultimate entry into the profession. If chosen, you’ll be given funds to help pay for your esthetics program and receive exclusive professional development opportunities.
ExceptionalNurse.com awards a scholarship of $250.00 to a qualified student with a disability to continue their education in a nursing education program. Preference is given to undergraduate students. Applicants must demonstrate a serious commitment to the academic study of nursing and career excellence. This scholarship is not renewable and will only be awarded once.
The Peter Gili scholarship will be awarded to a nursing student with a disability. This scholarship has been donated by family members and friends in memory of Peter Gili. Applicants must submit three letters of recommendation from individuals who can personally attest to your academic abilities and personal character.
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