The BACB’s Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts includes ethical standards related to behavior analysts developing a skill set of collaboration when providing professional services. Very few service delivery settings require a behavior analyst to have a well-developed and flexible collaborative skill set than school settings. When participating within a student’s school-based team, whether the behavior analyst is a provider inside or outside the school system, a behavior analyst is asked to function within a multi- disciplinary team to meet individual student needs and support academic and social/emotional progress. These multi-disciplinary teams are typically composed of a student’s caregiver and experts in various field, such as education, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech-language, based upon the individual student’s needs. Often, a behavior analyst’s training and expertise in behavior makes one a well-suited expert to participate as a member of a student’s school-based team. Yet, at the same time, a behavior analyst’s training may not have provided the attention and time to developing a collaboration skill set that is both ethically and practically required to be an effective team member. This professional learning opportunity’s focus is to raise awareness regarding foundational collaboration skills that will support a behavior analyst in making initial steps in developing a refined and flexible collaboration skill set.