It's interview season for SLP grad programs, and all the online forums are abuzz with worries about what the interviewers ask and how to prepare. Interviews for a graduate program can be daunting, but with the right preparation, you can make a great impression and increase your chances of being accepted. Here are four steps that will help you feel more prepared and ease your pre-interview anxieties. 

If you're considering becoming a speech-language pathologist, here are 8 reasons this career might be a good fit for you. This isn't to say the day-to-day work is perfect or doesn't have room for improvement, but by and large, SLPs have a high rate of job satisfaction. It's no wonder it's one of the fastest growing professions in the country! 


   It's that time of the year we all know and love...or dreadĖ Application season. For most people applying to graduate programs, the end of summer is something like a prolonged version of the Sunday scaries. Fall is here, and that means most of your graduate school application deadlines are coming up in late November and early December. Your personal statement is arguably the hardest and one of the most important parts of your application. You'll want to start drafting it months in advance. This is your chance to demonstrate to admissions committees why you're an excellent fit for their program. Your personal statement is also useful for people writing your letters of recommendation--they can use your statement to learn something about your personal qualities and experiences in a way that's clear and concise. This can help your letter writers make stronger recommendations on your behalf. So open up that blank document and take some notes on how to write a powerful personal statement.