The Courageous Steps Project's founder & CEO Connor Archer, recently shared his story to Scholastic, which is now published in the December 2016/January 2017 issue of Scholastic Action Magazine.
Archer, a freshman at Husson University, continues to put his time and energy into helping children and young adults with developmental challenges, by growing The Courageous Steps Project, a soon-to-be 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving several regions of Maine.
"Courageous Steps thrives on my story" says Archer, in a recent statement. "I believe that the organization will continue to thrive, as more of the story is shared to more national audiences in the near future. It's the only way that Courageous Steps will continue to thrive" added Archer.
You can find the story on our homepage of our website, under the link: Connor's Life With Autism, and you can click here to read the article.
Scholastic Action Magazine - Connor's Life With Autism (December 2016/January 2017)
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