All you have to do is ask! You know how they ask you why you want to be an SLP on your grad school applications and we all write about how we just want to help people? But you really mean it? SLPs are nice, helpful people.
You probably have more resources at your fingertips than you realize. And beyond that, you might be able to shift your focus to the areas that you really need work on when you have someone to tell you what the road ahead looks like. So get out there and mingle!
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