It might be time for a MISSION UPDATE.

When I started this blog (over TWO YEARS AGO HOLY GUACAMOLE), the goal was to write about my friends and our graduate school adventures. As it has progressed, it has not only been about graduate school, but undergrad, clinical practicum, internships, interviews, the clinical fellowship, and ALL things speech-language pathology. Ah the trials and tribulations of a speech therapist in the making.

Last July I moved 900 miles across the country to start my first job as part-time early intervention SLP, and part-time adult-intervention SLP. I just completed my CF as of May 16th and now I wait as my CCCs are being processed. In March I got a cat named Simon.

So as much as this blog was (and IS) about students, I do have to admit that it is in a period of transition…since I’m in a period of transition. However, nothing has changed regarding my desire for you to ask me questions and learn more about being a student, a clinician, an intern, a clinical fellow, and an SLP! Good luck in your journey – I hope I can help along the way.


4 Responses to “mission”

  1. Lisa November 2, 2011 at 7:10 pm #

    just came across your blog and I’m glad I did! I’m a senior in undergrad majoring in COMD and I wanna be an SLP!

    • weathersby November 3, 2011 at 9:35 am #

      Yay! SLPs rock! I hope you’re loving your major

  2. Alicia Ortuño-Ibáñez November 3, 2011 at 4:11 am #

    Hi! I’m a spanish SLP and i’m very glad to find your blog because i want to know more information about our profession in other places!

    • weathersby November 3, 2011 at 9:39 am #

      Glad to help! Any insights you have are much appreciated!

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