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Horizons: A Mentoring Program for University-Bound Adolescents & Young Adults on the Autism Spectrum

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

Horizons is a college preparation mentoring program for high school students on the autism spectrum who plan to go to college in the next year or two. Participants will meet with a trained UMass Lowell student who will be their mentor. The goal of Horizons is to help prepare these students for university life and to feel more confident about attending college in the future. You will meet once a week for an hour for 8-weeks at a time that works for you and your mentor. Meetings are either in-person at UMass Lowell or online through Google Hangouts. There is a $75 fee to take part in the program.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • No Insurance Accepted

Address:

University of Massachusetts Lowell
113 Wilder Street
Lowell, MA 1854
United States

Website:

https://www.uml.edu/Research/Autism/services/Horizons.aspx

Phone:

(978) 934-2930

Email:

ashleigh_hillier@uml.edu

Contact:

Ashleigh Hillier

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