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The Pipeline Project is Looking for Undergraduate Interns

We are looking for 2 more undergraduate interns to help us increase Pipeline’s visibility on campus, create community and support among tutors, and provide program support.

Being a Pipeline intern is a great opportunity to build your leadership skills, learn about education program coordination, and build community. Pipeline interns are integral to keeping the program running smoothly.



We are looking for two undergraduates:

  1. Tutor Support and Data Analysis Intern
  2. Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break Intern

Interns would work approximately 5 hours a week (flexible scheduling) including 1 all-intern meeting once a week. While these positions are unpaid, we can offer compensation in the form of General Studies Credit (and lots of free food that comes through the EXPD office suite).

Pipeline Internships are for the entirety of the school year, Fall 2020 – Spring 2021.



Applications are due by 11:59 PM, May 25th, 2020.

Please visit our informational page here for more details and access to the application.


SLP, SLPA, and Internship Opportunities at the Summit Center for Child Development

The Summit Center for Child Development has a need for additional Speech Language Pathologists, Speech Language Pathologist Assistants and Occupational Therapists (for pediatrics)  in the Centralia/Chehalis area. They are looking to hire one or two SLPs, an SLPA and an Occupational therapist in the coming months at their pediatric clinic. They are also open to the possibility of interns.

SLP Job Listing:

Summit Center for Child Development is a multi-disciplinary pediatric clinic with a mission to individualize intervention to the needs of our diverse population. Our therapists are energetic and unique. We strive to provide a flexible setting that allows our therapist to reach their full potential and the freedom to explore their passions.

SCCD is currently seeking to fill multiple Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist positions to work in our Centralia/Chehalis locations. We are ideally looking for therapists with experience or interest in pediatrics with a desire for family centered practice.

This pediatric Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) position is responsible for providing clinical services including assessment, program development and delivery, data keeping, reporting, and communication with parents, families, and other professionals/service providers in the medical community. This is a professional position that applies extensive knowledge and expertise in the area of speech pathology. This position may have pediatric clients; interaction with parents and families occur daily. Work situations require discretion, good judgment in decision-making, and professional attitudes and behaviors.

Education/Licenses/Certifications: Masters Degree in Speech Pathology from an accredited university, Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Pathology (CCC-SLP) from the American Speech-Hearing-Language Association; Must have WA State Speech Language Pathologist license, and current AHA CPR Card.


For more information on the Summit Center or for more information about the job openings, please visit their website by clicking here.

To apply, please see their job listing by clicking here.

SLP INTERN – Tacoma Public Schools

Expected Start Date:  January 2, 2018

Salary Level: $18.66 per/hour

Additional Information: Internships are anticipated to be 3-6 months.  Duration of internships will be flexible based on individuals need to serve as either semester or under quarter system.

This position works under the supervision of ESA certified Speech-Language Pathologist, providing evaluation, consultation, intervention and treatment services for students suspected of or identified as demonstrating disabilities and need for special education services.

1. Conducts, in conjunction with the Speech-Language Pathologist, a review of physician’s or audiologist’s referrals, student’s medical records, speech and language skills as related to educational, medical, social and psychological factors to determine speech and language therapy treatment requirements.
2. Consults, under the direction of the Speech-Language Pathologist, with families and school staff regarding appropriate research-based treatments for students with such needs.
3. Assists in the analysis and interpretation of assessment results to plan and prepare written treatment program to restore communicative efficiency of students with communication problems of organic and non-organic etiology.
4. Assists in providing counseling, guidance and language development to students with speech disabilities; may instruct students to monitor their own speech and provide ways to practice new skills.
5. Participates in the administration, scoring and interpretation of hearing and speech tests; may evaluate effects of treatment at various stages and may recommend adjustments to treatment to achieve maximum benefit, under the supervision of a certified Speech-Language Pathologist.
6. Maintains current knowledge of state and federal legislation related to special education and students with disabilities; enhances personal knowledge through participation in case conferences, inservice training, professional organizations, and District meetings.
7. Consults with school staff regarding special education law as it relates to eligibility for special education services and disciplinary requirements for students with disabilities.
8. Writes evaluation reports and maintains additional required documentation through the District’s adopted online special education reporting system, which will be reviewed by a certified Speech-Language Pathologist.


1. Performs related work as assigned.


May be required to deal with distraught student/parents; visual and mental concentration on details and precision required; may be exposed to infectious diseases; required to travel to assigned schools.

Other information:

Education and Experience
One year graduate level work in a university school Speech-Language Pathologist program; this internship is designed to fulfill the 450-hour internship requirement to complete graduate level school Speech-Language Pathologist program and to obtain certification as a Speech-Language Pathologist.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Ability to understand written and verbal communications.
Ability to communicate effectively with students with special needs.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of people in a multi-cultural, diverse socio-economic setting.
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
Ability to demonstrate reasonable, reliable and regular attendance.

Licenses/Special Requirements:

Job Locator Number: D41-32

HRInfo@tacoma.k12.wa.us, (253) 571-1250

Click here to apply.