Fellowship Program (BACB Supervision & Mentorship)

The program is available to aspiring BCBAs on our team who are enrolled in an approved BACB course sequence and work full time for Helping Hands Family.

  • 100% FREE to Applicants Accepted into the Program
  • 100% Paid Full RBT Coursework, Competency & Exam
  • Support from a Clinical Director and Clinical Fellowship Supervisor
  • Fellowship Program Rubric to Ensure a Well Rounded Supervision Experience
  • Fellowship Curriculum with Group Supervision Meetings

We Prioritize Quality Therapy

  • Quality initiatives led by a BCBA-D
  • Fulfilling direct work and restricted hours with clients
  • Thoughtful planning for meaningful unrestricted experience
  • Competency assessments and focused training
  • Opportunities for shadowing
  • Participation in assessments and focused training
  • Building data collection systems
  • Analyze client progress and behaviors

Requirements for Fellowship Program

Fellow:

  • Enrollment in a BACB approved ABA Graduate or Certificate program

Post-Certification Fellowship:

  • Master’s Degree or Certificate from BACB approved Graduate Program, but still in need of supervision hours

HHF Offers Free Exam Prep

HHF Fellowship Program offers FREE access to the BIG Exam Prep Workshop from Pass the Big ABA Exam. The BIG Exam Prep Workshop is a comprehensive six-week guided live course that offers study protocols designed to break down the BACB® 5th Edition Task List. This Workshop is fully digital and free to HHF Fellows.

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