Thanks to college students across the country, 2012 was Autism Speaks U’s most successful year yet! Autism Speaks U chapters and students played a key role in the organization’s accomplishments and successes.
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:
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!
Tomorrow, March 20 at 5pm EST/ 2pm PST, Autism Speaks U will host a LIVE Facebook Q&A for college students on how to get their campus ready for Light It Up Blue.