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  1. Has anyone participated in a study abroad program as an SLP graduate student that was related to your field? If so, did you go with your university or on your own? Did you feel you were able to contribute despite the language difference? I am especially interested in the Visions Global Empowerment organization that has an service trip to Ethiopia that focuses on deaf education and empowerment. https://www.visionsglobalempowerment.org/volunteer-program I would love to hear about others’ experiences.
  2. Hello everyone! I’m just wondering if anyone who has experience with these schools could shed some light on what the SLP programs at New York Medical College, NYU, and SUNY New Paltz are like. Are you satisfied with placements, professors, training etc. Thank you!!
  3. Hi everyone! I was just accepted for two different online Speech Pathology Post Bacc Programs: SUNY New Paltz and Idaho State University. I am very conflicted in my decision because both offer a different amount of courses. New Paltz offers 9 and ISU offers 15 (3 labs). I wanted to see if anyone has any feedback on these programs or if anyone knows which I should be leaning towards. I need to get a great GPA to be able to get into a master program, so I don't know if I want to overwhelm myself with the 15 classes, but then again, will I be able to apply to all schools later on with only 9? So conflicted. Please help!
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