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  1. Hi! I am starting to research places to complete externships for next spring. I am from NY, but I am looking to move to either Boston or DC for my externship. Do you guys have any advice on places that would be good to complete an externship? Any places to stay away from? I am looking for different types of placements, so I am open. Thank you!!
  2. I am considering on applying to speech pathology programs in Canada and I was wondering if there is a good job outlook for speech pathology in Canada? I have read and spoken to some people that have said there is a lack of funding for these jobs. Would it be difficult for me to find a job if I were to pursue this field?
  3. I am a guidance counselor for a rising high school senior who would like to purse a track towards being a bilingual speech pathologist. I wrote to several of the SPL masters programs in our state (NC) and received varying answers. For the most part, if the university offered CSD at the bachelor level, then they leaned toward having students go that track. If they did not, then the university highly recommend they take the pre-reqs before applying (possibly minoring in CSD), but said they preferred diversity in their applicants, so any major would be fine. Thought I'd throw that same question out to those of you who have been admitted into a masters program for your opinion on what 'real life' would say about this topic. Thank you in advance for taking time to reply. ~K
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