SkillCorps is differentiated from "voluntourism" with two components. The first distinguishing trait is that only highly skilled professionals with relevant expertise in ABA are accepted to travel with SkillCorps. Professionals with knowledge of applied behavior analysis, including line therapists and paraprofessionals may be accepted into SkillCorps. At least one BCBA is present for each trip. The diversity of professionals ensures that training provided by SkillCorps is relevant to all staff members serving at local centers both highly trained and others who have recently entered the field. Secondly, SkillCorps training is sustainable. SkillCorps training trip consists of two-weeks of intensive en-vivo training, which often includes parent and community workshops. With 2-3 training trips per year, clinical continuity is maintained through the weekly clinical follow-up with local partners including data evaluation, video sampling, and discussion pertinent to training. Through the continued follow-up training advances between trips, creating a lasting, meaningful, and targeted change for the local clinicians receiving training. This panel discussion highlights the components that make SkillCorps unique within the field of applied behavior analysis and in the nonprofit community.