There are many things that state government can do to promote inclusive college programs and help existing programs grow and mature. But what about state governments? Where do they come into the picture? How can we influence them? Are there things that my state government can do? The answer is Yes!
Inside Think College Blog
By harnessing the power of storytelling and emotion to captivate audiences, student stories can educate about inclusion in a meaningful way. Ty Hanson shares two of her favorite student stories from over the years.
Think College's Knowledge Translation Manager worked in publishing for almost 15 years, working with authors who had all different levels of celebrity. Read her thoughts on what celebrity looks like within inclusive higher education.
Kathy Becht is Think College's new Technical Assistance Coordinator at the National Coordinating Center. Get to know Kathy in this blog post on her journey to Think College.
Meet Think College's graduate assistant, Matt McClellan! In this post, he examines the intersectionality between the disability and LGBTQ+ communities.
One of the most important things in making services and systems for people with disabilities work better is remembering that everyone has a voice. Find out how you can get involved with policy advocacy.
Planning for college is happening for high school juniors and seniors right now! If you think you might want to go to college after high school, check out this blog post for things you can do to get started on YOUR college planning.
The elections have wrapped up and new legislators are about to start their terms. Here are some things you can do now to engage with your federal, state, and local leaders.
As we launch a new National Coordinating Center, we pause and reflect on the decade of progress we have witnessed. See how far our field has come over the past ten years!
Welcome to Inside Think College, a new Blog feature we are launching this year. Follow along every month as one of our team members shares thoughts on a current Think College project, sheds light on some day-to-day tasks, or just reflects on current events in the field of inclusive higher education.