- Graduate Programs
- School Psychology
- Project Prevent and Address Bullying Behavior at All Tiers
Project Prevent and Address Bullying Behavior at All Tiers
We're recruiting students from the specialist in school psychology and special education programs for an exciting new training opportunity. Project Prevent and Address Bullying Behavior at All Tiers (PPABB) provides specialized, cross-disciplinary training on dealing with bullying in schools.
If selected to participate, you'll receive many learning opportunities, including the knowledge and experience needed to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) credential. You'll also receive financial support:
- Tuition waiver for your graduate program.
- Reimbursement for most fees.
- Regular stipends to support some living expenses.
- Some stipend support for conference travel.
For more information on PPABB, contact Christine Malecki, school psychology program director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to be eligible to participate, you must:
- Enter the specialist in school psychology or special education program in the fall of 2021, 2022, 2023 or 2024.
- Be a full-time student, if in the school psychology program. (Classes and practicum are during the day, and you're not able to work outside of the program.)
Each year, we'll select three students to participate in the program.