Briana Pelle, MS, CCC-SLP
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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?
I don't like talking to people much but I love history, wondering what stuff I might wanna get into
I have been being pressured my whole life by the people around me to figure out what I am going to go to school for and what I'm going to do in life. I just recently decided on pursuing a career in film but some people are saying I won't make it. Can you help?
Is it true that no matter what job field you go into that you can get good money as long as you are passionate about your work ?
All jobs that I like the idea of get paid very little and money is an important factor as my parents are older and I want to be able to support them financially.
Name is hayle I'm in 10th grand an don't like school that much
How do I know what career to choose and how do i find what i’m passionate about and what makes a job gina be not feel annoying and boring every day?
I don’t want to live a boring life and don’t know what to do. I feel like desk jobs are boring and yeah
Hello! As a college student in the middle of my career, I wanted to submit a question. What majors should students NOT go to college to study for? If you do list any majors: What do you recommend students do (instead) to pursue their career goals? I hope this question could help future...
What if one is passionate about a career but unsure if committing too long to it may make them fall out of interest Is there a better alternative than switching majors?
Currently dedicated to the healthcare pathway and have been for a long time; however, I feel it'd too late to be interested in/ commit to anything else if I eventually decide to discontinue healthcare.
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 degrees are accepted for the position of a Speech Pathologist in California in the school setting Are there any requirements other than a degree to become a Speech and language Pathologist in California ? ?
Will I be required to take more classes for my masters in communication disorders (or any other accepted MS degrees for speech , because my degree is in liberal studies?
I want to become a lawyer, can I get my bachelors degree in psychology and still get into a respectible law school ?
I am in 10th grade and have always been interested in psychology and law. I wanted to know if I can do both.