Start and grow your career with May Institute! We offer a great benefits package, competitive pay, and rewarding work.
We are looking for creative and enthusiastic people who want to make a difference in the lives of children diagnosed with autism and other related disabilities. The ideal candidate has some experience working with children and is excited about learning, gaining valuable experience, and working with a terrific team.
Shape futures and change the lives of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities in a caring and collaborative working environment.
May Institute is a world leader in autism research and support, giving you the opportunity to be part of the front line of groundbreaking research of ASD diagnosis and treatment. We also offer many opportunities for career growth within our organization, as well as tuition reimbursement, loan forgiveness and a generous paid time off policy.
Are you looking for a rewarding internship experience? Do you want to enter the fields of human services, special education, or pursue a BCBA certification? May Institute offers paid spring and summer internships across our special education schools and corporate office. An internship with May Institute is an opportunity to be immersed in the forefront of autism treatment with a globally recognized organization. Learn more about autism spectrum disorder and applied behavior analysis in a challenging, fast-paced and fun environment! Full-and-part time schedules are available based on semester.
May Institute uses applied behavior analysis to support children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Our internships will give you insight into all areas of student development at our schools, including communication, language, social, school-readiness, self-care and play skills. Interns observe and engage with students and staff based on their academic backgrounds and career path interests. You will work directly with students in collaboration with specialty providers such as Speech Language Pathologists, Curriculum Coordinators, and Educational Technology Specialists.
Opportunities are also available for those looking to pursue a research focus or a degree in OBM.
─ Lorissa Antoine, Summer 2018 Intern
Why intern at May?
Spring/Summer Internship Program Highlights
For more information or to apply, contact Stacy Leger: SLeger@mayinstitute.org