- Class of 2018
- Program Speech-Language Pathology
When Carly graduated from Loyola with a B.A. in Speech-Language Pathology in 2016, she decided to pursue her graduate degree here—and she’s grateful she did. “It’s very personable, and the 50 students in my year are really like a family.” Her first year she gained experience at the Loyola Clinical Centers, where she served children and then adults through the Center for Prevention and Rehabilitation of Brain Injury. Over the summer she worked one-on-one with children through Loyola’s Ready, Set, Read program in Govans Elementary School. In her second and final year, she’s learning through externships in two Baltimore City Public Schools. “You would be surprised how many different things I’ve done and seen. I’ve seen students who are above average, and I’ve also seen children with severe autism who need communication devices,” she said. “My faculty supervisors have really prepared me well.”
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I’ve loved Loyola since I was an undergrad. It’s so amazing. I love how the professors weave cura personalis into their classes.