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Academic camp enables students to explore field of speech-language pathology
Posted 06/29/2017 03:27PM

Misericordia University recently hosted rising high school juniors and seniors on campus for a series of six academic Career Exploration Camps in order to provide them an opportunity to experience and learn more about exciting professions, as well as residential life on a college campus.

The Career Exploration Camps at Misericordia University are a popular destination for students who want to explore academic camps in biology, chemistry-biochemistry sciences, communications and media, literature, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology. Space is limited in each camp and registration is necessary.

The Speech-Language Pathology Career Exploration Camp allows students to become familiar with the many career options in the growing field of speech-language pathology. During the three-day residential camp, participants tour the department's state-of-the-art academic facilities at John J. Passan Hall, learn about the career field from guest lecturers, interact with pediatric clients, and observe live therapy sessions in the Speech-Language and Hearing Center.

Speech-language pathologists are employed in schools, hospitals, nursing care facilities, home health care settings, outpatient care centers, day care centers for children, and institutions of higher education. For more information about the 2018 Speech-Language Pathology Career Exploration Camp, please contact Tracey O'Day at (570) 674-6724 or at today@misericordia.edu. To register, please log on to www.misericordia.edu/slp and click on program information.

For more information about the speech-language pathology program at Misericordia University, please call (570) 674-6400 or log on to www.misericordia.edu/slp.

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Misericordia University hosted the annual Speech-Language Pathology Career Exploration Camp. High school students attending, first row from left, are Meghan Vizzard, Mount Laurel, N.J.; Isabel Salvatore, Lunenburg, Mass.; Allie Kring, Portage, Mich.; Alaina Brenneman, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Nicole Giulian, Philadelphia, Pa.; Peyton Falkenstein, York Haven, Pa.; Rachel Germaine, Land O' Lakes, Fla.; Amanada Oswald, Reading, Pa.; Alyssa Lewenthal, Aberdeen, N.J.; Reagan Ladd, Sunbury, Pa., and Daphne Lombardi, Freehold, N.J.; second row, Iman Andujar, Hillsborough, N.J.; Claire Bassler, Allentown, Pa.; Maya Esters, Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.; Rachael Shaffer, New Albany, Pa.; Kylie Beagell, Bethlehem, Pa.; Megan Florio, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; Margaret Ryan, Monroe, N.Y.; Olivia Swallow, Warminster, Pa.; Kristen Persico, Beacon Falls, Conn.; Jessica Reichart, Sinking Spring, Pa.; Katleyn Gjini, Ramsey, N.J.; Sarah Shirk, East Earl, Pa.; Madelyn Kallmeyer, Ambler, Pa., and Julianna Simunek, Forked River, N.J.; third row, Kinsey Robinson, New Bloomfield, Pa.; Heather Bakermans, Boiling Springs, Pa.; Sarah Bersani, Haddonfield, N.J.; Margaret Gordon, Lawrenceville, N.J.; Jianni Norris, Lansdowne, Pa., and Hailey Plantarich, Glenside, Pa.; fourth, Kathleen Mahon, Chatham, N.J.; Makayla Radell, Kingston, Pa., and Mary Kate Lesnett, Milford, Pa.; top row, Jaclyn Bougades, Whippany, N.J.; Dru Harlacher, Hanover Twp., Pa.; Lauren Christie, East Islip, N.Y., and Megan Hess, Camp Hill, Pa.

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