Category Archives: Current Students

SLP Job Opening

Compensation Package Includes:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Relocation Allowance/Sign-On Bonus
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package

Includes Medical, Dental, Vision, and AFLAC

  • Retirement Plan

Building Blocks matches up to 3%

  • $1,000.00 Yearly Continuing Education Allowance

Other Benefits Include:

  • Mentorship program available
  • Paid Documentation time
  • Clinic Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, no weekends!
  • Clinic Closed for all major holidays – you get them as paid holidays
  • Short Term Disability policy paid by clinic for all full time employees
  • 15 days of paid sick leave
  • 15 days of paid personal leave
  • Caseload of up to 7-8 clients per day maximum
  • 10,000 square foot, fully supplied clinic
  • Be a part of a collaborative team:
    • Weekly Department Meetings
    • Weekly Staff Meetings
    • Work closely with OTs, COTAs, PTs, PTAs, SLPs, and SLPAs

Please contact Traci Roon for more information about this opportunity! (907) 374-4911 or buildingblockspt@gci.net

Part-time Student Position at Foster School of Business

  • Graduate Admissions Specialist, within the Master of Science in Information Systems Program at the Foster School of Business.
  • The position would work on admissions initiatives, communication, data-integrity, and more.
  • It would be a great opportunity for a driven, independent senior or graduate student looking to learn more about customer service, marketing, higher education, etc. The full position description and application can be found in Handshake: https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/3903623

Please feel free to apply via Handshake or can contact ashults@uw.edu.

 

Paid Opportunity for Students: How Huskies Heal Interview Team

Build Community Through Discussions on Healing: Apply to the How Huskies Heal Interview Team!

Each member of our UW community has diverse views based on different life experiences, value systems, and notions of health. Winner of the 2020-2021 Husky Seed Fund AwardHow Huskies Heal will be a published anthology of interviews with members of the UW community that discuss the subjectivity of healing. We hope How Huskies Heal will illustrate there is no one-size-fits-all approach to healing, and function as a novel resource for current and future professionals in providing collaborative care.

By interviewing Husky students, faculty, and staff, Interview Team members will explore and engage with diverse views on healing. This is a  paid opportunity and interview content will be published in the final How Huskies Heal publication in Spring 2021. Ideal candidates are Health Sciences students interested in cultivating therapeutic communication skills and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Applicants must complete the Catalyst Survey application by August 5th, 2020, be a current UW student (Health Sciences students preferred) and not a current or recent employee of the UW, possess strong communication skills, and have interest in cultivating therapeutic communication skills and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Please refer to the attached flyer for information on Interview Team member duties, application requirements, and payment for services.

If you have any questions about the project and/or application, please email howhuskiesheal@uw.edu.

SAAS Tutor Job

Dear Colleagues,

Student-Athlete Academic Services (SAAS) is looking to hire tutors for the upcoming school year. Please share this opportunity with any students that you feel might be a good fit! We are currently looking to hire for a broad range of subject areas. Hours are flexible and there may be an opportunity to work remotely (virtual tutoring).

UW students can apply through our job posting on Handshake.

 

Lavender Graduation 2020

In this extraordinary year the U.W. Q center is opening up our Lav Grad  ALL 2020 two-spirit, LGBTQIA+ college and high school graduates! We want to celebrate you!

The ceremony is FREE for graduates to participate and will be live-streamed on YouTube for your community to witness and celebrate you.  Graduates must register by June 2nd: tinyurl.com/2020LAVGRAD

Please help us spread the word – we have a fierce, beautiful ceremony planned!

International Student Panel: Fellowships for Graduate Study in the U.S.

International Student Panel: Fellowships for Graduate Study in the U.S. 

5:30pm, Wednesday, May 27. 

Register to attend this online session.

 

WHAT: A panel of five to six current UW graduate fellows describe their experiences and offer tips on applying for fellowships as international students.  To maximize the benefit you receive from this panel, we recommend reading about the fellowship(s) you want to pursue before you attend the panel session.

CONFIRMED PANELISTS: 

  • UW graduate and professional students: Robyn Davis, Graduate School Office of Fellowships & Awards
  • UW Seattle undergraduate students and bachelor’s alumni: Emily Smith, and Robin Chang, Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards

Graduating Seniors: UW Pipeline is Hiring

UW Pipeline is Hiring: Join our Team

Calling all people passionate about improving equity in education!
UW Pipeline is hiring for two full time AmeriCorps positions to begin September 1st, 2020. Deadline Extended to May 17th!

Education Equity Position:

The UW Pipeline Project Education Equity AmeriCorps member recruits, trains and supports UW students to become tutors in elementary, middle and high schools in the Seattle area. They will also manage a team of UW student interns who will assist with Pipeline programming. In addition, they will be involved with planning Pipeline’s rural outreach program called Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break. The member will also have opportunities to assist with other Pipeline initiatives and take leadership in additional areas they choose.

This is a full time 10.5 month position. Please click here for the position description and application instructions. Deadline Extended to 11:59pm, May 17th, 2020.

Equity in STEM Position:

The Pipeline Project Equity in STEM Ameri­Corps mem­ber recruits, trains and supports UW students to become STEM tutors in elementary, middle and high schools in the Seattle area. The AmeriCorps Member will be  involved in planning and executing the year-round STEM engagement programs with rural and tribal schools, including STEM Alternative Spring Break. The member will also have opportunities to assist with other Pipeline initiatives and take leadership in additional areas they choose.

This is a full time 10.5 month position. Please click here for the position description and application instructions. Deadline Extended to 11:59pm, May 17th, 2020.

More Information:

If you have more questions, please email pipeline@uw.edu

Research Funding through NIH Diversity Supplements

Research Funding through NIH Diversity Supplements

Guest speakers: Dr. Tumaini Coker (Seattle Childrens), Dr. Chris Li (Fred Hutch), and Dr. Lisa Manhart (SPH)

Topics include:

  • Eligibility criteria
  • Funding for tuition, stipend, benefits, etc
  • Finding faculty mentors and projects
  • Process/timeline

Graduate Students, Post-Docs and Undergraduates interested in research from disadvantaged backgrounds are invited to attend:  Research Funding through NIH Diversity Supplements.

Registration and Information:

Please register at:  https://tinyurl.com/YAN7S5DA  for zoom link.

For more information, please see the Diversity Supplements FAQ by clicking here.

Contact Nora Coronado  ncorona@uw.edu  if you have further questions.

SLP/CF Positions Available at Redmond Speech & Language (OR)

Redmond Speech & Language is a private speech therapy clinic, serving beautiful Central Oregon. We provide comprehensive speech and language services for children and adults. Our offices are located in Bend, Redmond, and at Healing Reins within the same building as PT/OT provided by Treehouse Therapies. The collaboration is wonderful. We are looking for an independent contractor who can work part time or full time in Bend and/or Redmond.

Job Expectations:

  •  Provide diagnostic and rehabilitative services to patients with cognitive and communication impairments to improve skills and restore function
  • Be responsible to evaluate and treat a variety of communication disorders
  • Work as part of a team in providing high level patient services to a diverse patient population
  • Manage time and paperwork efficiently/independently

Requirements:

  • CFs are welcome
  • Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders from Accredited Program
  • Oregon State License (Provisional License for CFs)
  • ASHA Certification to be completed at the end of the CF experience

Application:

To apply, please contact Angie by phone or email.

Find out more about our clinic at redmondspeech.com

National NSSLHA Student Leadership Applications Due 4/30

Applying for EC or RC Positions

The following positions are available for the 2020-2022 term:

  • President-Elect (AuD)
  • Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Vice President for Finance
  • Vice President for Programming (AuD)
  • Vice President for Student State Officers (Northeast Region)
  • Vice President for Student State Officers (Western Region)

APPLICATION NOW OPEN

Application Steps

Confirm Your Eligibility

To apply, you must be a National NSSLHA member and a graduate student. You must be enrolled in a graduate program during the full 2-year term of the position you’re applying for. Clinical Fellows and undergraduate students are not eligible.

Submit Your Application–April 30, 2020

Applications for the above-mentioned positions are now open.

Applications Reviewed by the National NSSLHA Office

All applications will be reviewed by the National NSSLHA Office to confirm eligibility.

Applications Reviewed by the Executive Council

The Executive Council will review eligible applications and approve those slated for a position.

New Executive Council Members Announced

Approved Executive Council members will be notified by late June. The NSSLHA National Office will announce the results in July.

Terms Begin

Executive Council members will start their 2-year term on July 1.

 

Applying for SSO Positions

One audiology and one speech-language pathology Student State Officer (SSO) position is available per state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico for the 2020-2021 term.

APPLICATION NOW OPEN

Application Steps

Confirm Your Eligibility

To apply, you must be a National NSSLHA member, an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in a CSD program in the state in which you’re applying, and enrolled during the full SSO term. Clinical Fellows are not eligible.

Submit Your Application–April 30, 2020

Applications are now open.

Applications Reviewed by the National NSSLHA Office

All applications will be reviewed by the National NSSLHA Office to confirm eligibility.

Applications Reviewed by the Executive Council

The Executive Council will review eligible applications and approve those slated for a position.

Selected SSOs Notified

Selected SSOs will be notified in July. The NSSLHA National Office will announce the results in September.

Terms Begin

SSOs will officially start their 1-year term on September 1, but on boarding may begin in August.