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.
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.
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 Claire.firstname.lastname@example.org.