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Speech-Language Pathology Assistants

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Learn more about this field by getting a part-time job in the office of a speech-language pathologist. This will give you the opportunity to see what is involved in the day-to-day work. You may also have the chance to interview a speech-language pathology assistant and find out how they got started in their career. Ask your school's career services office for help with the job search. Also search for job listings posted on professional associations' Web sites. For example, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association offers job search resources, career development information, and other resources in the careers section of its Web site: You may also find it helpful to learn sign language or volunteer your time in speech, language, and hearing centers.

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