Behavioral Interventionist Curriculum
About the Curriculum
Extensive research into workforce development needs in Lamoille County has made evident a clear and growing need for well-trained Behavior Interventionists.
In 2008, JSC received a $27,838 Next Generation grant from the Vermont Department of Labor to create a Behaviorial Interventionist curriculum and internship program in the Lamoille Valley. Johnson State College will partner with Lamoille County Mental Health (LCMH) and Laraway Youth and Family Services (LYFS) to create a Behavior Interventionist training curriculum connected with a 240-hour internship.
Read about the results of this one-year pilot program by clicking on the link to the right and downloading the 2009 final report.
For more information, please contact Ellen Hill at 802-635-1439 or firstname.lastname@example.org.