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I am very excited to start grad school in the fall. I often feel as though I’m “missing” something. There’s so much information out there on SLP that I haven’t seen. So I wanted to ask those who have already started their career as an SLP, what are some things you wish you had known before you graduated? Is there anything that would’ve made you reach your goals more efficiently or made the process easier? For example, my ultimate goal is to move to Boston and work in a children’s hospital, do you have any advice? Do you have any externship advice? Thanks!
Let me know if you guys know of any programs that... -Are less-competitive in general. -Don't require ANY letters of recommendation. -Don't require letters of recommendation be from professors. -Focus more on relevant to the field work and/or volunteer experience (over high GPA/GRE). Distance learning or on-campus, ANYwhere in the USA! Doesn't matter. TIA