Clinical Fellowship Year Jobs
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Did you know you could complete your CF by working as a traveling SLP?
If you are a SLP New Grad and want to take advantage of the amazing benefits of travel therapy, we have great news for you! You can complete your Clinical Fellowship through Advanced Medical’s Clinical Fellowship Program.
If you feel like your local opportunities are limited due to a lack of providers offering comprehensive mentorship and supervision, you should consider traveling to complete your Clinical Fellowship. Our Clinical Fellowship Mentors offer you the support and guidance to make your Clinical Fellowship a successful start to your travel therapy career as you transition from graduate student to professional.
Meet Your Mentor
Melissa Jones, MS, CCC-SLP
Travel therapy has allowed Melissa to visit every state on the western half of the United States with her husband and their dog. She is also our Clinical Director here at Advanced. She is an incredible therapist, leader, and mentor.
Dawn Penrod, MS, CCC-SLP
Dawn has been working for Advanced Medical since 2012. She has worked the past 35 years in almost all SLP settings from schools, to acute care, to SNF's, and is licensed in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, and North Dakota. Her husband of 35 years travels across the country with her and she has two wonderful adult children, a son in law and three grand dogs. Dawn loves to read and scrapbook when she has free time. She is looking forward using her wide ranging clinical skills to help mentor clinical fellows as they start their careers.
Barbara Jones, MS, CCC-SLP
Barbara Jones has joined the Advanced team after more than 20 years in the public schools, and 4 years as a graduate clinical instructor in the University setting. Having served in both rural and city public schools as a speech-language pathologist, Barbara is looking forward to mentoring new SLPs as they begin their careers. Her favorite areas are autism, social communication and literacy, but she is a fan of all areas of treatment in preschool and school aged populations. Her goal is to help starting clinicians to gain excellence and personal satisfaction in their chosen profession.