Scholarship for NSSLHA Member
American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation
This scholarship is offered by the NSSLHA Scholarship Fund to benefit undergraduate senior students with active national NSSLHA memberships for graduate study. To be eligible, applicants must be accepted in a graduate study in a communication sciences and disorders program in the United States. Master's programs in speech-language pathology or clinical doctoral programs in audiology must be accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech Language Pathology (CAA). Research doctoral programs are not eligible.
- 2 awards
- May 2024
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- Age/Grade Level:For undergraduate senior students
- Financial Need:Not Mentioned
- Other Academic Requirements:The student must be enrolled in full-time study for the full academic year.
- College:Study in a communication sciences and disorders program in the United States.
- Major/Career:The student must be accepted for, or enrolled in, graduate study in a communication sciences and disorders program; Master's programs in speech-language pathology or clinical doctoral programs in audiology must be accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA).
- Organization:Undergraduate senior students with active national NSSLHA memberships.
- Miscellaneous:The student must not have received a prior scholarship from the ASHFoundation.
- Resume/Activity List:Not required
- Essay:Essay (PDF file, limit 5 pages, 12-point font, single-spaced)Applicants must prepare an essay responding to the question below. Include this essay question as a header for the essay response.Peter Drucker, the late great thought leader who influenced leadership and management practices worldwide, observed, "I never predict. I simply look out the window and see what is visible but not yet seen." As a future professional who will serve the many individuals with communication disorders, look out your window and reflect on today's ever-changing global landscape. It's all out there, the next decade that is yet to be defined. What will define the next decade for successful leadership in the discipline of human communication sciences and disorders? Use your creativity to discuss this perspective. Library and professional references may be used to support your opinions and innovative ideas.
- Recommendation Letters:Confidential Letters of RecommendationThree confidential letters of recommendation must be submitted on behalf of the applicant. Of the three letters, at least one letter must be from the applicant's current program. Two letters can be from other references familiar with the applicant's academic history and potential. Recommendation letters should:Rate the applicant's academic promise (average, above average, excellent, or superior)Cite specific examples that demonstrate academic achievementNote the applicant's personal qualities and capacities necessary for a successful career in audiology and/or speech-language pathologyCite specific examples that show initiative, responsibility, motivation, or commitment to the field
- Other Materials:Student Information Form (online);Letter of Application (PDF file, limit 2 pages, 12-point font, single-spaced)In the letter of application (addressed to the Scholarship Review Committee), the applicant should describe his/her goals after completing his/her academic program. Explain why these goals have been chosen;Letter of Acceptance or Statement of Good Standing (PDF file).
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