Speech Pathology

SLP to Be: Clinical Observations

This semester, I took CSD 494: Mentor Practicum for the Communication Sciences and Disorders major. This class is a 2 hour weekly lecture, along with 25 hours of clinical observation throughout the semester. Each clinical mentee was assigned to a mentor -- either an undergraduate CSD 495 student, or a CMU graduate student. From there,… Continue reading SLP to Be: Clinical Observations

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Volunteer Work

Leaders Grow Here: ASB 2019

For my third Alternative Break at CMU, I decided to take a leap of faith and apply to be a site leader. I submitted my application, interviewed, and was offered the position last Spring. After accepting my spot, I was both so excited and so nervous to begin. This past fall, all site leaders went… Continue reading Leaders Grow Here: ASB 2019

Leadership Training

Sparking a Love for Leadership

Last year, I participated in Spark Leadership Series, a leadership development program hosted by the CMU Leadership Institute. In Spark, I learned more about my personal leadership style and how to work with other people's varying styles. I loved growing through the program as a participant, so I made it my goal to become a… Continue reading Sparking a Love for Leadership

Volunteer Work

Food is Life: Rural Poverty ASB

For my Spring Break, I was given the opportunity to travel to Jonesboro, Arkansas with a group of eleven other CMU students on my second Alternative Break. This time around, the social justice issue we focused on was Rural Poverty. My group and I served in two food pantries and one food bank throughout the… Continue reading Food is Life: Rural Poverty ASB

Leadership Dev. · Volunteer Work

My First, and Definitely Not My Last, Alternative Break

These past two weeks have been an absolute whirlwind. I had to study for finals, say goodbye to all my friends at school, and prepare for a week-long trip to Immokalee, Florida with 10 other CMU students. Now, I'm finally settling into my room at home and finishing up unpacking. But I'd like to focus on that trip… Continue reading My First, and Definitely Not My Last, Alternative Break

Leadership Dev. · My Thoughts, etc.

“College Has Changed You.”

Having grown up in a family with very strong values and a community of people who shared many things in common, coming to college was strange. I wasn't used to being around so many different people. The environment was something to get used to for sure, but I am so happy I experienced that change. In… Continue reading “College Has Changed You.”