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Curious and Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to or send to Atlas Foundation For Autism 252 W 29th St, 3rd Floor, NY, NY, 10001
Instructional Assistants should have their Bachelor's Degree or higher in the field of special education, psychology, or a closely related field. Teachers are preferred to have their Masters in Teaching or Masters in Special Education. Those interested in volunteering or internships should contact for more information. It is preferred for all applicants to have significant experience within the field of Autism, Developmental Differences, etc. References should be available upon request.
View pictures and video from our Atlas events including two of our most recent, Autism Storytime with Barnes & Noble and the Wellness Workshop with SouthPaw.
Autism Speaks Staffer interviewed Amanda Leeder to discuss her work as a doctoral candidate in Fordham University's Applied Developmental Psychology program. She has employed behavioral, developmental and literacy-based...