INTERNSHIPS & PRACTICUM OPPORTUNITIES:

Firefly Autism takes interns and practicum students wishing to be supervised in a high quality setting with friendly, knowledgeable staff.  We are seeking interns and practicum students from graduate programs in psychology, special education, and applied behavior analysis, or related studies.  Priority is given to those who are pursuing their BCBA credential.

Each intern or practicum student will receive specialized attention by a BCBA, who meets the BACB requirements to be a supervisor.  Supervision involves both individual and group supervision. Supervision through video teleconferencing, or similar methods,  may be utilized,  if  needed.  Firefly Autism uses a collaborative team of BCBA's with expertise in a variety of areas. Each intern or practicum student will get experience with members of this team, practicing a wide array of behavior analytic principles, giving the student a more thorough and comprehensive understanding of behavior analysis in an applied setting.

If you are interested in applying:

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Why come to work for Firefly Autism?

Firefly Autism is a great place to work; members of the Firefly Autism team enjoy the following benefits:

  • Supervision by a board certified behavior analyst
  • Collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of therapists and professionals
  • Opportunity to work with children across the full range of the autism spectrum disorder
  • Exposure to leading professionals in the field of behavior analysis
  • Professional development support
  • Friendly environment, great kids, great families

Responsibilities include:

  • Behavior assessment of problem behaviors using state-of the-art evaluation techniques
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Conducting assessments related to the need for behavioral intervention (e.g., stimulus preference assessment, functional assessment, staff performance assessment);
  • Designing, implementing, and systematically monitoring skill-acquisition and behavior-reduction programs;
  • Overseeing the implementation of behavior-analytic programs by others;
  • Training, designing behavioral systems, and performance management;
  • Other activities normally performed by a behavior analyst that are directly related to behavior analysis such as attending planning meetings regarding the behavior analytic program, researching the literature related to the program, and talking to individuals about the program.
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Denver, CO 80222