SLP / Career Corner: Dear CF-SLP,
Editor’s Note: This one is for YOU, December new grads!
by Jenna Rayburn, CCC-SLP of Speech Room News
Congratulations! You did it! Graduate school is mostly a Master’s degree in multi-tasking. A skill you’re going to need this year! You’re about to be paid to do what you’ve been paying tuition to do for the last two years! Things are looking up!
On a scale of 1 to right-before-the-Praxis how nervous are you about starting your first job? There is no way around it. You’re the new kid and it is going to take a bit to get settled. Don’t worry though, this time next year you’re going to feel much more confident. Five years from now you’ll feel like you’ve totally got this SLP thing. I’ve got three pieces of advice to make your first year fantastic that I wish someone had told me during my CF.
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