Consortia for Learning and Service to Special Populations (CLASSP)

The Consortia for Learning and Service to Special Populations (CLASSP) provides high school and college students with meaningful professional development and work experiences to embark on careers in fields such as education, recreation, social work, and psychology. 

Each fall, CLASSP accepts applications from motivated and caring students to this competitive program. Over the course of the academic year, participants intern in a program for youth with autism while engaging in classes and coursework through Ramapo for Children. Upon completion, high school students receive one college credit and a stipend, and college students receive three to six credits and a stipend.

CLASSP is sponsored by J.E. & Z.B. Butler FoundationButler Foundation.

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Victoria Neznansky
Chief Development and Social Services Officer
vneznansky@ywhi.org
212-569-6200 x204

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