Career questions tagged speech-pathology
What should I work on now if I am interested in a path to speech pathology?
Hello speech pathologists! I'm a current sophomore in high school and want to pursue a career as a speech pathologist. What would you recommend I do now to help me on this path? Extracurricular activities? Jobs? Internships?
What major should I look into to be accepted into a speech therapist program? ?
I’m going to be a sophomore in college and working on prerequisites. I know I want to become a speech therapist that specializes in children but am unsure after this year which way to go. Note: this question was asked anonymously by a student
What advice would you have for someone looking for more experience in their passion?
Hi, I am an upcoming college sophomore in the fall of 2023. I currently am majoring in Pre- Social Work and minoring in Speech Pathology. My ultimate goal is to become a Speech Pathologist but I want to get more experience right now. I am just not too sure where to look or start. Where do you think is the best place to find opportunities such as internships, scholarships, etc. for someone like me?
What do I do if I have to go to school online for my degree, but I don't want to miss out on the college experience?
I have to go to school online to get my degree in speech pathology for personal reasons, but I also want to go to college in person. I was hoping to use college as a way for me to make sure I am independent enough to make it in the real world, but I have to go to school online specifically for speech pathology. How do I get the best of both worlds?
Radiation Therapists - Are you happy with your career?
For radiation therapist who have been in their career over 5 years, do you still enjoy your job? Is there a healthy work life balance? Stability in income? And would you recommend Valencia college in Orlando?
How do I become a speech/language pathologist for children?
I am in high school and want to know: - Where can I find a Christian college that offers programs for my major? - What steps do I need to take after college to be able to work or run a clinic? - What specific classes will help me reach my goals? - Do I need Calculus? Will it help with getting my degree as soon as possible or is it unnecessary? - How much math is needed in this career? Thank you for taking the time to answer! It is much appreciated.
What dual enrollment and AP courses are beneficial to a career in speech pathology/therapy?
I am going to start dual enrollment courses next year and want to know what classes are best for an aspiring SLP. I am looking to have the least time in college possible.
What courses should you take if you're interested in pursuing a career as a speech pathologist/therapist?
What are the requirements to get into a school for speech therapy? Also, are there any high school activities that can benefit a college application to a school for speech therapy?
What volunteer opportunities or internships are there for undergraduate communication science and disorders majors?
-Freshman at Florida State Univeristy -Communication Science and Disorders Major -Future career in Audiology
Volunteer opportunities in NYC - Speech Pathology
Does anyone know of any places in NYC/BRONX where I can volunteer and gain experience observing Speech Language Pathologists as a Speech student? I’m trying to apply for grad school and is switching careers. I would love to gain experience and also add to my resume when applying for schools.
Speech Therapist, English Teacher, Language Lover, Musician Looking For Creative Work
I am a speech-language pathologist in a school setting. I have long term experience with teaching, as well as playing and writing music, and I have a passion for studying foreign languages. Where to I begin to explore careers that make use of a number of these skills and interests rather than feeling pigeonholed into one particular role?
what is it like to talk to a deaf person as a speech-language pathologist?
I was learning how to do sign language and i was just wondering how like the deaf and blind person understand it #supportthedeafandblind #speech-therapy #speech #asl #slp #speech-pathology
Graduate school for Speech Language Pathologists
Hi, I am looking for more advice on graduate school for SLP. I was wondering how there are ways to pay for this course of study, as for scholarships and grants offered to pay for most of the tuition. I am located in Chicago, Illinois, so I am not sure if someone would have more information that is closer to home. I would also like to know how grad school is like compared to undergrad? #JULY20 #speech-pathology #graduate-school
What is it like being a Bilingual Speech Language Pathologist?
Hi, I am trying to gain more insight on the bilingual aspect in the SLP workplace. I am almost certain that I want to be a bilingual SLP and help service my community, but I am not sure how that would look like. If anyone would like to help me and give me some pros and cons of working primarily as a bilingual SLP and/or how a day or week would look? #JULY20 #speech-pathology #bilingual #language #SLP