As some of you may know, I graduated with my Masters in Applied Behavior Analysis in May 2018 and became certified as a Behavior Analyst in May 2019. I currently work with children and adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. I have worked with this population for 4 years now and have truly enjoyed my experience within this field.
Since I recently passed my certification test, I am now yearning for more collaboration and knowledge, so I can master my craft and help make meaningful changes within the lives of the families that I work with.
My passion for wanting to provide effective services and love for travel has led me a company that is dedicated to both, the Global Autism Project. This company currently travels to 12 different countries and works with local centers to provide them with the knowledge that we are blessed to be able to access here in America. They are focused on providing these centers with training, so that they are able to eventually run these programs on their own, without being reliant on the company to keep working with the children. I love this about the company because this allows for the countries to be sustainable.
I was accepted to the Global Autism Project on August 21st, so I have just started my journey to fundraise $5,000. I will be traveling to Antigua in February 2020. This only covers 1-2 meals per day, plus my 2-week stay in Antigua. The rest of the money will be going to the Global Autism Project.
My goal is to raise $500 by September 1st, $2,500 by October 1st, and the full amount of $5,000 by December 1st.
I truly appreciate your support!
SkillCorps team members travel to Global Autism Project partner sites -- all over the world! SkillCorps teams are made up of skilled professionals and Autistic self-advocates working in the field of autism education. Our teams are trained and prepared to support educators, leaders, parents, and advocates working in their own communities. SkillCorps is an innovative travel and training program which encourages collaboration, cultural exchange and understanding, with a focus on sustainable impact. We believe that local people will lead the way in activating acceptance and opportunity for people with autism in their own communities, and our SkillCorps teams are there to support them every step of the way!