We are currently recruiting Long Term Trainees for the 2013–14 LEND program. Click here to request an application.
- Sept–May Academic Year commitment
- Attend LEND Orientation (2-day face-to-face in Anchorage in September)
- Participate in weekly seminars (offered via video/web conferencing at community sites outside the Anchorage bowl.)
- Attend two Leadership Workshops (2-days each, face-to-face in Anchorage; one during Fall semester and one during Spring semester)
- Complete all program requirements
- Monthly meeting with your faculty mentor
- Spend an average of 5–10 hours per week outside the Friday seminars on LEND activities such as family match, clinical/field experiences, and research
Eligibility criteria for Long Term Trainees
- You have completed a Baccalaureate degree and are enrolled in a
graduate program in one of the following disciplines: nursing, public
health, social work, psychology, special education, education, speech
language pathology, occupational therapy, or medicine.
You have completed a graduate degree in one of the following disciplines: nursing, public health, social work, psychology, special education, education, speech language pathology, audiology, occupational therapy, or medicine. Note: Occupational Therapists, you have achieved an academic degree and training which constitutes basic professional level training.
You are a parent or family member of a child with a neurodevelopmental disability.
- A minimum of 3.0 GPA
- Long-term professional leadership goals focused in developmental disabilities and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder in Alaska.
If you are interested in applying to be a LEND trainee for 2013-14, please click here to request an application.