Speech-Language Pathologist Personal Statement

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I will soon hold a Bachelor degree in Communication Disorders and my studies have taught me how to communicate with individuals from all backgrounds, professions, and social classes. It taught me sympathy and understanding of human interaction. My long term goal is to work with school aged children and young adults as a speech-language pathologist. I have experience in interacting favorably and effectively with children of a wide range and enjoy doing so. I belong in an educational environment and would like to continue on to the school system and contribute to the success of school aged children and young adults.
One of the many motives I love the field of speech-language pathology, is the immense selection of professional opportunities available, from our schools and clinics to medical institutions. I love the idea of being challenged by new, real world experiences in speech-language pathology, and it is important to me that I continue to give back to my community. I know that The University of Texas Communication Speech Disorders program will help me in achieving these goals beyond what any other …show more content…

I have validated the academic ability to profit from the program, and I am a hard working person. I am a fast learner, humble, and determined, and my goal is to help children learn to communicate in the most effective way possible so that they will have social and professional opportunities in life. No matter the task or the amount of time it takes, I will succeed in this outstanding program because of my determination to have many decades of highly satisfying service to others, and to make a profound contribution to society. I have balanced many years of academic assignments and outside demands, and thus far have prospered significantly, and I look forward to learning and managing my time in the graduate program at The University of

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