Peer Mentor of the Month
Dalas Ortiz, American International College
Dallas is a student studying Forensic Psychology at American International College. Dallas' ability to connect personally and meaningfully to each student while consistently fulfilling each student's needs, makes her an invaluable asset for College Steps at AIC.
College Steps: College Support for Students with Autism or Intellectual Disabilities
College Steps provides college access to students living with autism or intellectual disabilites via a unique mix of academic, vocational and extracurricular offerings. Check back to our website frequently for additional updates. Read More »
News & Events
College Steps is thrilled to announce its newest partnerships with Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vermont and American International College in Springfield, Massachusetts. We are confident that both schools will serve as two of our strongest partners yet. Both school’s combination of enriching educational opportunities along with open and welcoming campuses make for a wonderful collaborative environment. Each programs... Read more »
Student Corner: We are thrilled with the accomplishments of College Steps students organization wide. From leadership roles on campus to new employment opportunities within the community, College Steps students have consistently used their experience within our organization as a launching point from which their professional aspirations have begun. Our student of the quarter is Jeff... Read more »
College Steps’ Castleton State College partnership was recently profiled on WCAX-TV profiling our student involvement in campus-based activities and academic programs. A sincere thanks to Keith McGilvery and the WCAX team for their support.
College Steps was thrilled with our recent profile on Vermont Public Radio’s Vermont Edition for their piece “Autistic and College Bound,” a piece profiling College Steps student Dash Monder who currently attends Castleton State. A special thanks to The Monders, Nina Keck, Patti Daniels, and Jane Lindholm for their support. Credit VPR/Nina Keck