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Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

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Although the specialized nature of this work makes it difficult for you to get an informal introduction to either profession, there are opportunities to be found. Formal training must begin at the college or university level, but it is possible for you to volunteer in clinics and hospitals. As a prospective speech-language pathologist or audiologist, you may also find it helpful to learn sign language or volunteer your time in speech, language, and hearing centers. Finally, ask your school counselor to help arrange an information interview with a speech-language pathologist or audiologist.

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