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Mission of the Speech and Hearing Club

The Rutgers Speech and Hearing Club aims to provide resources to students interested in careers in speech-language pathology (SLP) and audiology, while building a community of individuals with similar professional interests.

Our Goals

  1. To encourage professional interest among university students in the study of human communication sciences and disorders.
  2. To provide a vehicle for student representation in matters of professional concern
  3. To organize activities to promote awareness of communication and related health issues
  4. Promote awareness of the professional resources provided by the University.

We offer professional resources in the form of monthly speech pathologist and audiologist guest speakers, resume critiques from SLPs/audiologists, workshops on graduate school preparation (i.e. resume-building, gap year opportunities, etc.) and assessment/treatment methods (i.e. online hearing tests, language samples, discrete trial instruction). Volunteer opportunities include tabling at Rutgers Special Friends Day and Rutgers Day. As future clinicians, we also advocate for vocal and hearing health and individuals with disabilities through our World Voice Day celebration and ableism workshops.

Come join us and learn more about the wonders of speech/hearing careers!