15 July 2016

The Aspie College, Work & Travel Survival Guide

The Aspie College, Work & Travel Survival Guide is 236 pages of guidance on transitioning from high school to adult life, not only to higher education and/or the workforce, but also travel tips when visiting a foreign country or a large city and tips on family emergencies and ill health. Written by a young man with Asperger syndrome, the author offers his personal experience of life as an "Aspie." It's uplifting message is encouraging for other Aspies who are nearing the end of public school life and beginning to answer the question, "What's next?"

More than half of the book covers the end of high school, planning for college, and college life. It discusses the different types of colleges and costs, applying to colleges and scholarships, study tips, and graduation. The chapters that follow cover topics such as building a resume, interviewing tips, and accepting a position. Toward the end of the book, the author highlights concerns for an Aspie regarding domestic and international travel as well as topics on families and emergency situations.

Want to check it out? Email us at cedir@indiana.edu or use worldcat.org to find it in a library near you.

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