This week's blog post is a short acrostic poem based on the word Thankful, and includes numerous things this blogger is thankful for.
Inside Think College Blog
Danie and Susanna reflect on the first year of the Think College Inclusive Higher Education Network and the top 10 things the Network has accomplished since funding began on October 1, 2021.
Sheila Johnson, Knowledge Translation Associate for Think College, reflects on the valuable lessons she learned about work from a former colleague at ICI and current friend, Ashley.
Sara reflects on the possibilities for networking while attending the National College Attainment Network conference, where numerous professional groups were in attendance.
Achieve at Highline College student, Mahad Dahir, will use his student government position to bring awareness to students with intellectual disability, particularly those from immigrant families.
This week's guest blog post author is Katie Ducett, PhD Candidate, and Student Leadership Conference Manager and Executive Committee Member, State of the Art conference. Read what she has to say about the upcoming conferences!
It was an amazing night in Atlanta, Georgia, when staff from Think College and other major players in the field of inclusive higher education gathered to celebrate and accept commendations.
The Higher Education Act, the main piece of federal legislation that affects inclusive college programs, is not being reviewed by Congress right now. So, why should you still pay attention to what Congress is up to?
Hear from one of the newer members of the Think College team about what they learned so far-- you just might be surprised!
This week's guest blogger is Think College Policy Advocate, Bridget Brown. Bridget is a student at University of Illinois Chicago and traveled to Washington, DC to advocate for more inclusive schools, community options, and competitive employment for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.