Memphis Teacher Residency

The Memphis Teacher Residency (MTR) is a four-year education program that combines an accelerated Masters in Urban Education, an internship at a low-performing school with a mentor teacher, and support with an experienced coach throughout the required three years of teaching in Memphis. To learn more and apply online: For non-Seniors, get a taste of urban education in Memphis through a paid teaching internship with MTR Camp this summer. To learn more and apply online:

Bilingual SLP program IU

Spanish Bilingual Program in Speech- Language  Pathology

 At  Indiana  University


Do you speak Spanish fluently?

Do you want a rewarding career helping people learn to communicate?

Are you looking for a graduate program that combines a strong academic curriculum, real-­‐ world experience with Spanish speakers, clinical practicum and the opportunity for community outreach?

 If so, then the Indiana University Speech Therapy Education, Practicum, and Services for Latino Children and Families (STEPS) program in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences is a great program for you!

As part of the M.A. in Speech and Hearing Sciences, our program offers unique academic courses about communication in bilingual populations and specific coursework about Spanish-­‐English language development and disorders. In addition, students will deliver speech-­‐language pathology clinical services to mono-­‐ and bilingual Spanish speakers, both in our clinic and in real-­‐world settings, under the supervision of an experienced bilingual speech-­‐language pathologist. Speech-­‐language services can include helping children learn to talk, training individuals with disabilities to produce speech sounds, helping victims of stroke or traumatic brain injury, working with individuals with autism, and much more! The opportunity to participate in the delivery of parent training and professional development seminars, as well as collaboration with area agencies is also available. This blend of experiences is unparalleled in the Midwest!

To be eligible, you must first apply to the IU Master’s program in Speech and Hearing Sciences. All interested students fluent in Spanish are encouraged to apply! For more information, please visit our website at:

Or contact:

Susanna M. Vargas, M.S., CCC-­‐SLP,, 812-­‐855-­‐3605 Raquel Anderson, PhD, CCC-­‐SLP,, 812-­‐855-­‐4161

Graduate & Professional School Fair on Wednesday

graduate school fair

Wednesday, Oct. 16
1-5 p.m.
Illini Union ABC

The annual Graduate and Professional School Fair will be held this Wednesday at Illini Union. Representatives from more than 120 graduate and professional programs will be in attendance. View the list of attending schools. This event is open to ALL students! Professional dress is not required.

And don’t miss our remaining workshops for Grad School Prep Month:

Health Professions Admissions Q&A Panel
* Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 11 a.m., Illini Union Colonial Room

Graduate School Admissions Q&A Panel
* Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 5 p.m., Illini Union Colonial Room

Graduate School Application Process
* Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 6 p.m., The Career Center, 715 S Wright

Life in Graduate School – Panel with current graduate students
* Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 6 p.m., The Career Center, 715 S Wright

EIU: MS in Counseling @ U of I Grad Fair

EIU’s MS in Counseling program will be attending the Graduate School Fair at U of I on October 16.  The program offers a 60-hour Master’s program in Counseling, with concentrations in either Clinical or School Counseling which leads to licensure as an Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or as a certified school counselor. We encourage all students to come and talk with our Department Chair, Richard Roberts, PhD., while he is at U of I and can answer all of your questions about our program!


Sarah P. Puchalski

Eastern Illinois University

Graduate Student — Counseling

Graduate Assistant

Department of Counseling and Student Development

Graduate School Preparation Month


October is Grad School Prep Month at The Career Center. We offer individual appointments to help students prepare for graduate school, review personal statements, and prepare for the application process. Additionally we will be providing a series of graduate school preparation events this month. Please advertise these events widely with students who are thinking about graduate school or applying this application season. Thank you!

Exploring Graduate School Workshop

    • Wednesday, October 9 at 4pm, The Career Center Conference Room 715 S Wright Street
    • Thursday, October 10 6pm, The Career Center Conference Room 715 S Wright Street
    • Graduate and Professional School Fair
      • Wednesday, October 16 1-5pm, Illini Union A,B,C
      • Graduate School Admissions Q &A Panel
        • Wednesday, October 16 5pm, Illini Union Colonial Room
        • Graduate School Application Process Workshop
          • Tuesday, October 22 6pm, The Career Center Conference Room 715 S Wright Street
          • Life in Graduate School- Panel with current graduate students
            • Wednesday, October 30 6pm, The Career Center Conference Room 715 S Wright Street


Arianna Agramonte

Assistant Director

Student Services Arcade Building, MC 383

715 South Wright Street

Champaign, Illinois 61820

Carnegie Mellon Professional Masters Program

Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh is offering a one-year interdisciplinary professional Masters in Educational Technology and Applied Learning Science (METALS).

Applicants to apply for consideration for the fall 2014 class by January 31, 2014.

This one-year interdisciplinary masters jointly taught by the Human Computer Interaction Institute and the Psychology Department is designed for individuals with backgrounds in education, psychology, computer science, design, information technology, and business. It trains students to design, develop and evaluate evidenced-based programs for learning in settings that range from schools to homes, workplaces to museums, and online to offline learning environments.

Students will challenge the future of learning by re-examining the goals of education and assessment and making innovative change. Through case studies and confronting real world problems, students will learn to engineer and implement effective educational solutions. Student will employ “in vivo” experiments and educational data mining techniques and be trained in how to develop continuous improvement programs that reliably identify both best practices and opportunities for change.  Students will gain expertise in psychometric and educational data mining methods, interaction design, cognitive and social psychology principles, design, implementation, and evaluation of educational interventions.

Graduates of the program are expected to become leaders in the educational technology revolution. They will be ready to take key positions in corporations, schools, private and public universities.  Graduates will be prepared to become designers, developers, and evaluators of educational technologies as well as learning engineers, curriculum developers, learning technology policy-makers, and even chief learning officers.

The application and more information about this exciting program can be found at

School Psychologist Graduate Program Opportunity

Want to become a School Psychologist?

National Louis University is looking for potential applicants to our National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) accredited graduate program.  Unfortunately, too many undergraduates know very little about careers in School Psychology, a field that supports the use of evidence-based practices to create safe and civil school environments and promotes positive academic and mental health development. With an Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) degree, a 66-semester hour post master’s degree, all of our graduates for the past 5 years have found meaningful employment in schools, despite the weak economy. Our program is located conveniently in Skokie, Illinois. It includes a school-based practicum component every term with an increasing time commitment, and is one of three nationally certified school psychology programs in the greater Chicago area.

For more in depth information about our program, please visit our website: HTTP://NLUSCHOOLPSYCHOLOGY.INFO/



Grad School: Spanish-speaking Speech and Hearing Sciences program

The Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences of Indiana University is proud to announce a  program at the master’s level focusing on training Spanish-speaking individuals to work with the Latino community as speech-language pathologists.  An undergraduate degree in speech-language pathology is NOT necessary.  Please post or distribute the attached flyer to your undergraduate students with Spanish proficiency.  Student funding is available to those who qualify (pending grant renewal).

For more information, please contact Meghan Buchanan,, 812-855-3605, or Dr. Raquel Anderson,, 812-855-4161. (Please do not reply to the sender of this e-mail).


Raquel Anderson, PhD CCC-SLP


Director STEPS

Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences

Indiana University

200 S. Jordan Avenue

Bloomington, IN 47405-7002

Tel. 812-855-4161

Fax 812-855-5531