My Favorite Resources for School and Career

All I can say right now is, “Wow!” I cannot believe my graduate career has come to an end. I’m proud to have made it this far and excited to embark on a new adventure as I start my first job as a speech-language pathologist at the Shandy Clinic in Colorado! Reflecting back now on the educational and clinical experiences I’ve had, I realize there…

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How Will You Pay for Your Degree?

$32,000. That’s the loan amount I graduated with from my undergrad institution. Now that I’m nearing the end of my graduate program, that number has jumped to $52,000! Oh, and let’s not forget about the interest that’s been accruing on those since day one. Now we’re at an estimated $58,000. But wait! What about all the other expenditures that come with being a student—textbooks, parking…

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Not-Quite-A-Senior Scaries: Tips for Undergrads

You may have read last week’s post about all the things we wish we knew as undergrad seniors when starting the grad school application process. But what if you’re not a senior yet? Or just starting to think about grad school? We’ve got you covered! My friends on NSSLHA’s Executive and Regional Councils and I have tips to prepare you for the grad application process…

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Senior Scaries: What We Wish We Knew Before Applying to Grad School

As an undergrad senior, you’re about to start your grad school application process—that is, if you haven’t already! It can feel daunting—researching schools, finding the right ones, taking the GRE, pulling together your GRE scores and transcripts, writing your resume or CV, drafting what seems like a never-ending list of personal statements, and asking professors for letters of recommendation—yikes! If you feel overwhelmed and aren’t…

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