How to Submit a Speech-Language Pathology Fellowship Application

Clinical Fellowship in Speech-Language Pathology Application Information 

Shepherd’s Speech-Language Pathology Fellowship Program welcomes candidates from all backgrounds and lifestyles to submit their applications. We offer one 13-month fellowship position, available to individuals who:

  1. Possess a master’s degree in speech-language pathology. * 
  2. Have received a passing score on the Praxis Examination. 
  3. Are eligible for a paid clinical experience (PCE) license in the state of Georgia. 

*Applicants must be eligible for completion of degree requirements by August 1, 2024, to be considered for the program. 

Speech-Language Pathology Fellowship Application Submission Instructions  

Individuals wishing to apply for admission to the fellowship must submit the following documents, in a single compressed PDF file. 

  • A completed application. 
  • A one-page (12-point font) cover letter describing your interest in the position, previous experience in medical speech pathology, goals for your career, and the qualities that make you a viable candidate for this clinical fellowship. 
  • Updated CV/resume. 

Applications for the 2023-2024 clinical fellowship are now closed. Please check back for future fellowship training opportunities.  

Interview Process 

Following the initial resume and application screen, the top 10 applicants will be asked to participate in our second round of virtual interviews. The final round will consist of an on-site, in-person interview day for the top four candidates at Shepherd Center. 

The start date for the clinical fellowship is August 2024 and runs through September 2025. 

Fellowship Benefits  

Fellows are offered an entry-level continuing education stipend of $500 for approved continuing education or certification costs. 


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