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Welcome to Autism Family Services of NJ

What’s New

  • 2018 Autism Family Services of New Jersey Scholarship ProgramThe 2018 Autism Family Services of New Jersey Scholarship Program is open to New Jersey residents with a diagnosis of Autism. This year, Autism Family Services of New Jersey will be selecting one recipient to receive a $1,000 scholarship. To be eligible, candidates must be a New Jersey resident, graduating high school in 2018, have an established diagnosis of Autism, Asperger Syndrome, or PDD-NOS and plan on pursuing a post-secondary education.
    This scholarship is unique since it allows 2018 graduates pursuing a college, university, technical, trade, or vocational school level education to apply. This scholarship is not solely based on academic achievement. Meaningful community volunteerism, participation in extra-curricular activities and essay response will all be considered when choosing recipients for these scholarships. Candidates do not need to be near the top of their class to be considered. All who are eligible are encouraged to apply.
    We encourage you to distribute this application to qualified high school seniors who may benefit. Should you have any questions, you may contact Melanie McGackin at 1-800-372-6510 for further assistance. Scholarship applications and other documents should be received by Autism Family Services of New Jersey no later than May 1, 2018.
  • Autism Scholarship Winners Announced
    The 2017 Autism Family Services of NJ Scholarship recipients have been announced. AFSNJ in partnership with Hinkle, Fingles, Prior and Fischer, Attorneys at Law, have selected two recipients based on their community contribution, extracurricular activities and achievements:
    1.  George Malgeri, Brick Township High School – will be attending Ocean County College (Fall of 2017)
    2.  Tristan Cossaboon, Millville Senior High School – will be attending Cumberland County College (Fall of 2017)
  • Make Change for Autism
    Get started making change for autism in your school. For more information or questions, contact Jacqui Moskowitz, Director of Resource Development at (609) 392-4900 or via email.
Upcoming Events
Sep
9
Sun
all-day Autism Beach Bash @ Belmar Beach
Autism Beach Bash @ Belmar Beach
Sep 9 all-day
Autism Beach Bash @ Belmar Beach | New Jersey | United States
Autism Beach Bash Autism Beach Bash is the largest annual family friendly event for the autism community in New Jersey. This memorable and life impacting experience day includes a one-of-a-kind surf experience with Surfer’s Healing, organized activities, arts and crafts,