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  • Location
    Southern California
  • Application Season
    2019 Fall
  • Program
    Post Bacc/Speech Language Pathology MS

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  1. Hello, I am currently in the process of marketing myself as a candidate for an SLP master's program. I know that having relevant experience in the field is a really big selling point. I currently just work at a minimum wage waitress/server position to pay the bills, but am planning to quit/cut down on hours so I can pursue a job in the field. I just wanted to ask how everyone else was able to obtain a position/gain experience without a license. I'm researching Speech Therapy clinics and rehab clinics in my area and am planning to email them and reach out to ask if they have any positions available. Is there anything else I can do? Also, what would I call the position? Shadowing position? Mentorship position? Assisting position? Internship? I just don't know how to phrase it in my emails (It would also be nice if I can get paid...) Any advice on getting a position or alternative places to look and apply would be helpful! Thank you ?
  2. Hello, I just graduated with a Bachelors in Public Health and for my next step I want to pursue my masters in SLP. I've been researching my options and since I have an unrelated major, I know that I have to obtain a post-baccalaureate certificate. I live in Southern California so I've been looking into programs close to home, specifically the CSULA pre-SLP program and the CSUN Tseng College Online pre-SLP program. Has anyone gotten their pre-SLP certificate from these schools? How was the experience during the course and in getting into a grad program? I've also been looking into online post-bacc programs (ex: La Salle, Utah State, Wyoming) Call me old fashioned, but I've never taken college courses online, and it seems a little bit iffy/less credible/harder for grad schools to take seriously (these are just my fears, not looking down on anyone who took the online route!), so I am just wondering if that was really the case? I hope someone can answer any of my questions, any insight will be appreciated! thank you so much sincerely, a confused and (very recent) college grad ?

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