College students involved in Autism Speaks U are always looking for ways to include more students in their philanthropic efforts. Every year, different student groups and organizations raise awareness and funds for Autism Speaks. Below is a list of 9 students groups to reach out to when recruiting event co-hosts and attendees.
College students from across the country submitted pictures for the Autism Speaks U Mascot Challenge. The winning photo was submitted by the Autism Speaks U chapter at Stonehill College as it received the most Facebook “likes.” The first 5 photos posted to the official Autism Speaks U Facebook page also won a prize.
Announcing the first Autism Speaks U College Mascot Challenge! Help raise autism awareness on campus while showing your school spirit! To get started:
The Boston University Men's Hockey team kicked off the 9th year of its partnership with Autism Speaks by volunteering at the 12th annual Greater Boston Walk Now for Autism Speaks on Sunday, Sept. 30 at Suffolk Downs in East Boston.
Autism Speaks U hosted a Facebook Q&A in September where more than 140 students from 60 universities and colleges across the country shared ways to best promote their Autism Speaks U chapters, educate students and increase membership.
See below for the top 15 tips that Autism Speaks U chapters shared: