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Se especializa en Análisis de Comportamiento Aplicado (ABA), un enfoque científicamente probado que se centra en la comprensión de los patrones de comportamiento. Nuestro equipo de profesionales experimentados altamente capacitados y certificados por la junta utilizan el principio de ABA para desarrollar planes de tratamiento personalizados adaptados a las necesidades específicas de cada cliente.  

Nos esforzamos por crear un entorno de apoyo e inclusivo donde los niños con autismo se sientan respetados, empoderados e involucrados en su viaje. En nuestra clínica ABA, nos dedicamos a fomentar un progreso significativo y promover los derechos y el consentimiento de los clientes, asegurando que sus voces sean escuchadas y que sus objetivos estén a la vanguardia del proceso de intervención.

​Challenges Project ELEVATE will address:

  • Recruitment and retention of effective teachers and leaders in high-need schools

  • Building capacity in teacher leadership through the development and implementation of TeachMastery

  • Additional teacher mentor/coaching with master teachers and model classrooms

  • Development and implementation of the KEY Program (Key Engagement for Yay-Worthy – a gamification incentive program)

  • Principal Academy and School Leader in Resident program

  • Building Instructional Leadership Teams (ILT)

Pathway to Teacher
Unlocking your future with UCP

Discover Your Path & Unlock Your Future

Project Elevate at UCP of Central Florida is focused on supporting the professional growth of those passionate about teaching and unlocking the lives of students.

Pathway to Teacher is a program offered to those seeking to advance their career in teaching. Program benefits are available to UCP Team Members. Fill out our inquiry form below to learn how to join the team and start your path to unlocking your future today!

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Internship Opportunities
Get Started with our Education Internships

Gain Experience with our specifically designed internships

UCP of Central Florida education internship programs include Level I and Level II opportunities designed specifically for students seeking an Education degree in a university teacher preparation program.

Get Paid to Intern!

You can be paid during your internship. Paid internships are dependent upon the universities approval. 

Internship Incentives:

Interns can earn Employee Incentive Rewards during their internship.

ALSO: an intern who chooses to pursue an internship at a UCP location other than BCA or BECA will receive up to an additional $5,000 

 2024 Summer Future Teacher Academy 

Undergraduates

UCP Charter Schools are more than a school; we are a community of learners and educators dedicated to bringing robust, engaging, and customized instruction for students of all abilities.


UCP is looking for undergraduate college students who are aspiring teachers and interested in learning the ropes of teaching in our 2024 Summer Future Teacher Academy. This is a paid opportunity that will include travel costs and a combination of professional development, mentoring, and hands-on work experience at designated UCP campus locations.

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High School

UCP Charter Schools are more than a school, we are a community of learners and educators dedicated to bringing robust, engaging, and customized instruction for students of all abilities.
 

UCP is looking for High School Students who are aspiring teachers and interested in learning the ropes of teaching in our 2024 Summer Future Teacher Academy. This experience will include a combination of professional development, mentoring, and hands-on work experience at designated UCP campus locations.

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  • What does the program cover?
    The program coverstuition assistance, mentorship, application assistance for your FAFSA and College Application, financial assistance for the cost of books, and an opportunity to intern with us as you finalize your degree program.
  • How much financial support would I receive?
    Up to $1200 per traditional semester and up to $300 for books per semester.We also offer reimbursement of your certification assessment fee upon successful completion.
  • What type of assistance or guidance would I receive throughout the program?
    Monthly check-in with an appointed mentor who will support you based on your goals and needs throughout the program. Exam practice & study sessions will also be available as you prepare for the certification assessment.
  • Do I have to be in a certain role/position to participate in this program?
    Yes! Teacher Assistants, Lead Teacher Assistants, Paraprofessionals, Behavioral Coaches, and Instructional Assistant Teachers who are interested in becoming a certified teacher can participate.
  • What are my next steps to get started?
    Please make sure you reach out to our Professional Learning Specialist, Vanessa Ewbank, at vanessa.ewbank@ucpcfl.org for more information on when our next info session will be.
  • Applicant Criteria
    Track 1: High School Students | 7-10 slots Local High school rising junior or seniors interested in being a teacher. Some experience with children (i.e. babysitting, volunteering) Pay is $14 hour with limited experience (i.e. babysitting) - $15 hour if applicant has paid classroom experience. No travel costs are covered (expectation is applicant lives local/will drive themselves) Track 2: College Students in a Teacher Prep Program | 10 total slots for paid travel - must be 18 years of age Student in a university teacher prep program with the focus on out of area students/students in HBCU/Hispanic Institutes. Pay is $15/hour. For students at least 40 miles away - UCP will pay for travel costs (flight or mileage) and hotel near the campus from June 2nd - June 28th for students ◦ UCP will book/pay for airfare (coordinate with Alyssa Gomez) ◦ If self-driven - UCP will reimburse for mileage (57 cents per mile) from home to Orlando with a submission of an expense report form. ◦ Hotel accommodations will be two(2) students per room. Students can request roommates if they know someone. Participant will be responsible for their own daily transportation to and from the campus (i.e. Uber, self-drive) and any daily living costs (i.e. meals)
  • Application Process
    Submit a google Interest form by the link provided: https://forms.gle/Za8KX5Bm3hG3Xrv96 Interview with Project ELEVATE team Submit a Paycom application Application link provided upon passing initial interview
  • 2024 Schedule
    Training will take place on Monday, June 3rd (including a short HR orientation) On-site set up | Tuesday, June 4th First day of Summer Learning Academy | Wednesday, June 5th End Date of Summer Learning Academy | Friday, June 28th SLA hours | 8:30am - 2:30pm. Staff hours | 8:00am - 3:00pm. No scheduled shifts on weekends
To Download our FAQ documents, please see the links below

Our Team

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Amanda Maxwell

Director of Project Elevate

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Vanessa Ewbank

Professional Learning Specialist

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Stephanie Alzate

Talent Acquisition & Retention Manager

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Shelby Dixon

Data Anaylst

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Alyssa Gomez

Program Assistant

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