When did you first decide to become a speech-language pathologist? Why?

Submitted by: Muhammad
After graduating from Rutgers University in 2002, I worked two years for a finance firm. While this was a good experience, it wasn't my passion. I knew I wanted to work in a service-oriented industry where I could use my people skills and compassion to help others. My mother, who had worked as a learning disability consultant for close to 40 years, and my brother, an assistant vice principle, introduced the idea of exploring the field of speech language pathology. After doing some research and finding the profession interesting, I enrolled in pre-requisite night classes at Seton Hall University. This is when I fell in love with the profession. I was attracted to the science and research aspect, as well as the potential to make a real difference in people's lives.
Submitted by: Muhammad

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