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National Black Occupational Therapy Caucus (NBOTC)

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The purpose of the National Black Occupational Therapy Caucus (NBOTC) is to act as an advocate for Black occupational therapy practitioners and occupational therapy students in order to enhance and promote their contributions to the occupational therapy profession, national and state associations, and public-at-large.

Click below to meet our leaders and find out more about the organization.


Visit the Events Tab for more information. 

 50th Anniversary celebration

We look forward to celebrating the 50th Anniversary of NBOTC March 2024!

Co-chairs Dr. Felecia Banks, Dr. Douglene Jackson, and Mr. Donald Howard, along with the NBOTC Founders (Honorary co-chairs) are planning a celebration to remember! 

membership drive

Did you know that becoming a member supports Black Scholarship, Advocacy, Professional Development, Operations and Ongoing Programming?  Together, we can do great things!


We are making an extra effort to build our membership for the sake of collective power and support. Click on the link below and take the step to becoming an active member of NBOTC! 

2024 sCHOLARSHIP application open

Click Here to learn more about members who now serve in AOTA and plan to support as you are able.

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frances swift scholarship

NBOTC is a 501(C)-6 non-profit organization. donations are welcome to support our scholarship fund. Our vision is to eventually endow the Frances Swift sCholarship 

Donation goal

Give Today! Support our Frances Swift Scholarship to assist students with educational costs.
Goal: $15,000.00
Collected: $2,870.00

   Click HERE to donate!

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