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USF Scholarship

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Butterfly Effects Scholarship:
Our mission is “To make socially meaningful change in the lives of children and families”.

Butterfly Effects, a national leader in ABA-based treatment for children affected by autism spectrum disorder, has committed $2,000 annually ($1,000 per Fall/Spring semesters) to a full-time USF ABA graduate student. The scholarship will be awarded to a student dedicated to making meaningful change in lives of children and families affected by ASD.

Butterfly Effects Goals:

Deliver high-quality evidence-based treatment to children to help ameliorate and replace the behavioral symptoms associated with ASD.

Assist families and children in living a life with greater autonomy, choice, and personal independence.

Develop treatment programs that empowers families in their child’s treatment.

Scholarship Support:

Butterfly Effects seeks candidates that have compassion for children and families. The ideal candidate respects diverse backgrounds, enjoys working with children, and has a personal mission to help others.

Students will receive:

Paid tuition support for up to $2,000 annually. The tuition support is distributed across the Fall and Spring semesters for $1,000 each.

Program Requirements:

All full-time graduate students in the USF graduate school program are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply:

All students accepted in the ABA Master’s Program are eligible to apply. Interested applicants should complete the application form below in addition to submitting a letter of intent, and a curriculum vita. For any inquiries, please contact Claire Spieler, Senior Regional Director, at [email protected].

Please fill out the application below to apply for the scholarship: