MeBe Candidate Program
The MeBe Candidate Program provides supervised field work hours to students pursuing a career as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Our training program is hands-on and we are committed to providing training that goes beyond preparing learners to sit for the exam.
We provide a community for students to connect, support each other, and work closely with experienced BCBA’s. Leadership skills, cultural competency and a broader understanding of the industry are key to successfully navigating a career as a BCBA and we have integrated this into our training.
Moreover, we believe investing in the professional development of our employees is worthwhile, so our program comes at no cost and no strings attached!
Fun Fact: In 2021, the first time pass rate for the BCBA exam was 92% for participants in the MeBe Candidate Program. The National Pass Rate was only 66%, click here to see national pass rates by year.
To learn more about careers in Applied Behavior Analysis or how you can join the MeBe family and participate in the MeBe Candidate program, send an email to our Director of Quality Assurance, Elizabeth Jordan at email@example.com.
MeBe Candidate Program Includes:
- Guaranteed indirect hours!
- Comprehensive Supervisor Training
- Hands on Training:
- Initial and Updated Treatment Plans
- Behavior Intervention Plans
- Parent Training
- Insurance Fluency
- Program Development and Data Analysis
- Scoring and Implementing Assessments (i.e VBMAPP, EFL, AFLS, Vineland, etc.)
- Conflict Resolution
- Effective Supervision
- Quarterly Workshops
- Peer Mentorship
- Monthly Study Groups
- Leadership Opportunities
- Candidate Specific Social Events
MeBe Candidate Program FAQs:
Q: What are the requirements to participate in the MeBe Candidate Program?
A: Eligibility Requirements:
- Employed at MeBe as a Registered Behavior Technician and in good standing. Click here to apply for a position as a MeBe Registered Behavior Technician.
- Enrolled in Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) program through an online or in-person University or College.
Q: Where can I learn more about requirements to become a BCBA?
A: Check out the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) website at: www.bacb.com
Q: Do I have to have a college degree to pursue a BCBA?
A: A Masters Degree is required to sit for the BCBA exam. Most of our candidates are just starting their Masters program when they join us. Click here to search verified course sequences.
Q: How long is the MeBe Candidate program?
A: The length of the program varies by each applicant. Typically it takes 2-3 years for participants to complete their Masters degree and obtain all required field work hours to sit for the exam.
Q: Can I participate in the program if I accrued some of my supervision hours prior to working at MeBe?
A: Absolutely! We will put you in a cohort group with candidates at a similar stage.
To learn more about careers in Applied Behavior Analysis or how you can join the MeBe family and participate in the program, send an email to our Director of Quality Assurance, Elizabeth Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MeBe Candidates are hard-working and passionate about the science of Applied Behavioral Analysis. It is incredibly rewarding to assist each candidate in fulfilling their calling.
Elizabeth Jordan, MA, BCBA
MeBe Director of Quality Assurance