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I would love to get a job as an SLP-A because I know I would be an exceptional assistant. I’ve had clinical experience as an undergrad. I’ve helped make session plans, keep track of data on clients, and when my graduate student wasn’t there, I conducted the session by myself. I was nervous, but both of my supervisors told me I did very well. I’m eager to learn and help in any way I can. I want to be the best I can be, so I can help my lead clinician and more importantly, the client. I cared deeply for the clients I had this past year and wanted to help them improve their quality of life. I hope to help many more people, which is why know I would be great for any speech assistant position. I'm hoping to find a job in a school based environment in the Southeast Arkansas area. I've had elderly aphasia clients in the past so I would love to get some diversity, but I adored the clients I had before so I wouldn't mind working in a nursing home.
Bachelors in Communication Sciences & Disorders
August 2013-May 2018
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR
I graduated May 12th with a 3.23 GPA. During my undergraduate program, I assisted two graduate students with therapy for two different clients. I’d help plan out the session, keep track of data, and I even conducted a few sessions by myself. I had a great relationship with both of my graduate students and both of my supervisors. I loved both of my clients as well and helping them improve their quality of life really made me want to pursue this career even more.
August 2011- May 2013
University of Arkansas at Monticello College of Technology, Crossett, AR
I started taking college credit classes in high school in August of 2011 and continued to take these courses throughout my high school years. I took most of them in high school, but I thought I could do better, so I went to UAM College of Technology to bring up my grades.
● Dean’s List first two years of college