The Hosemann Family Autism Foundation has created the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Scholarship Program for Mississippi’s Teachers. The scholarship will be awarded to the first twenty (20) teachers who apply under the following stipulations:
You must be a teacher, teaching in the State of Mississippi.
You must register for the PSY 2543 Applied Behavior Analysis online course hosted by Holmes Community College. Registration is open until January 23, 2019, and the course begins on January 22, 2019. Upon registration, e-mail your registration confirmation to email@example.com. The first twenty (20) teachers to e-mail a registration confirmation will be eligible for the scholarship.
The cost of tuition for the course will be paid by the Foundation upon successful completion of the course. Successful completion equates to earning the letter grade of a C or above.
For your reference, an Addendum with more information is attached.
This is an educational opportunity for teachers to engage in the study of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the study of the science of behavior which was first applied to the treatment of individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism. With this opportunity, the Foundation’s goal is for teachers to learn more about the issues individuals with autism and other intellectual disabilities face and are, in turn, able to take various skills back to their classrooms to improve the lives of our future generations.
If you are a teacher in Mississippi, and are interested in the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Scholarship Program for Mississippi’s Teachers, please register to take PSY 2543 Applied Behavior Analysis by January 23, 2019. At this time, this scholarship is only available to the first twenty (20) teachers to register for the course who then provide proof of registration to the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should you have questions about registering for the course, please contact Lilly Austin with Holmes Community College at email@example.com or (662) 472-9146. Should you have questions about the scholarship program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hosemann Family Autism Foundation is a nonprofit corporation formed to assist children on the autism spectrum and their families in accessing educational, therapeutic, medical, and behavioral health-related resources.