On Tuesday, September 18 the Autism Speaks U team hosted a LIVE Facebook Q&A for college students across the country. We discussed on how to increase chapter membership and educate students about autism. Read the full transcript below!
Students involved in our collegiate Autism Speaks U chapters are constantly looking for ways to increase membership. Check out the 7 tips below to keep chapter members engaged and involved!
Are you interested in establishing an Autism Speaks U chapter or spicing up an existing one? Download the NEW Autism Speaks U Chapter Guidebook for tips and resources to start and maintain a collegiate chapter!
This post is written by Mike Houlihan, Theta Delta Chi’s Director of Charge Operations. He has been instrumental in making Autism Speaks U Theta Delta Chi’s international official philanthropy.
This summer, we have three stellar interns working with our college program, Autism Speaks U. They are gaining hands on experience in digital and print marketing, design, social media marketing, branding and volunteer development. Not to mention they offer great feedback and ideas on how to develop Autism Speaks U even more! Read below to learn more about our intern team.
School may be out for summer, but you can still stay involved with our college program, Autism Speaks U! Whether you'll host events, volunteer in the local community or get started on establishing an Autism Speaks U chapter on campus, there's lots to do! Below are five easy ways college students can help make a difference during summer:
This guest post is written by Victoria Cid, founder and president of the Autism Speaks U at California State University-Fullerton. The collegiate chapter was established in October 2011 and its members are working hard to create a long lasting legacy on campus.