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There is an increasing demand for college options for students with intellectual disability in Colorado. It is time for more campuses to open their doors to students with ID. To make that possible, we need your help. For our year end goal, we aim to raise $38,000. This amount creates one permanent pathway for individuals with intellectual disability to attend college in Colorado!
Thinking about college for the 2022/23 school year? Students with intellectual disabilities apply through the college's inclusive service office. Find all the details in this blog post.
When you give to IN!, you are increasing the number of spots for students with intellectual disabilities to attend college in our state. These opportunities empower students to pursue their career goals, increase their independence, and live out their dreams. Thanks to supporters like you, college dreams are becoming a reality in our state!
The end of the semester nears! In this edition, you will find: ACC senior spotlight, information on application season, our most visited resources, virtual college fair booths, and a calendar of upcoming events.
October's issue has three student spotlights, plus lots of upcoming events where you can learn more about college options for students with intellectual disabilities (student panel, virtual college fair, DVR webinar, and more).
IN!'s Young Professionals Board is on a roll fundraising for and raising awareness about inclusive higher education in Colorado! Here we share some of their latest endeavors.
IN! is accepting applications for a free 6 week program to learn more about what life is like in college! Inspiring Futures is a chance for students thinking about college to meet and get to know current college students with intellectual disabilities.
In this issue, you will find information on: Inspiring Futures college mentorship program, care packages for students, results of IN!'s needs assessment, upcoming UCCS Inclusive Services open house, webinar on the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and IN! handouts and additional resources.
IN! conducted a statewide needs assessment to look at current barriers to college for students with intellectual disabilities in Colorado. In this post, we share the results.
College students with intellectual disabilities (ID) can access many of the same resources as anyone else with ID. Whether you are thinking college or not, a variety of disability organizations are offering free classes this fall that cover resources available to adults with ID. These organizations are a wealth of knowledge on preparing for life after high school, and connecting adults to resources you might not yet know about.