You are considering an excellent career choice. By working in audiology, speech-language pathology, or the related sciences, you will help change lives and communities.
The demand for communication sciences and disorders (CSD) professionals is growing. In addition, there is an increasing need for a more culturally diverse workforce to better treat and relate to the changing population of people with communication disorders. Opportunities exist for students who have diverse backgrounds and are African American, Asian Indian, Asian Pacific Islander, Hispanic, and Native American.
If you are a high school student, an undergraduate trying to decide on a major, an undergraduate preparing for graduate school, or a professional considering a career change, consider checking out our A Rewarding Career for You. A Better Life for Others brochure series, which provides information about accredited programs, financial aid, and the future of the CSD professions. Also check out the Hearing and Speech Careers website, geared toward students who are historically underrepresented in CSD.
Recruitment brochures targeted to underrepresented students who are African American, Asian Indian, Asian Pacific Islander, Hispanic, and Native American. Visit Representation Matters to learn why diversity is important in audiology and speech-language pathology careers.