Get Involved with the College Autism Network
We’ve identified 9 different ways you can get involved with the College Autism Network. Scroll down to check out all the opportunities!
The College Autism Network is working to develop a network of diverse stakeholders actively engaged in collaborative, evidence-based advocacy, research, and training designed to improve student well-being, educational improvement, and institutional responsiveness. Such a network is dynamic by nature; roles change and structures evolve as new people get involved, new partnerships are forged, and new initiatives get underway.
We are always looking to expand the network. There are so many ways you can contribute. Use the links below or email us (info@CollegeAutismNetwork.org) if you would like to get involved!
As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, we depend on the financial generosity of people and organizations who share our commitment to improving access, experiences, and outcomes for autistic college students. Contact us to discuss the many ways you can make a financial contribution. Want to make an immediate impact? You can donate right now using our online donation portal.
Got a clever idea for a new project we should pursue? Tell us about your idea and we’ll see if it’s the kind of thing we CAN get involved with. (Get it? CAN = College Autism Network… that’s as clever as we get on our own! We need your ideas!) We’ll follow up with you after you send us a quick note about your idea.
You’ve got talent. We’ve got ideas. Put them together and we could make some beautiful…anything…documentaries, training videos, student guidebooks, promotional materials, interactive websites, policy briefs, etc. If you want to help but don’t know how, just let us know what you like to do and we’ll let you know if we find a project that could use your help.
There’s so much we want to learn, and so many people we hope to reach. Therefore, we are actively seeking to pool resources and expertise with collaborators who want to develop research grant proposals, co-author publications, make presentations at professional conferences, or facilitate trainings for specific stakeholders. Email us to get the conversation started.