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Information on submitting your application

Thank you for your interest in working at Peninsula Associates. We look forward to talking with and meeting you. Speech-language pathology is a vibrant, dynamic profession with a wide range of opportunity and work settings. We hope that your special training and talent will be compatible with our current needs and opportunities.

Please complete and submit the following information for our review:

  • A current resume
  • A summary or cover letter. Include areas of interest or specialized training. We are especially interested in knowing what your unique contributions to our practice might be.
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Three references whom we may call or email

You may send this information to us in the following ways:

Thank you for your application information. With the exception of contacting your references, this information will be kept confidential. Peninsula Associates will retain your information for one calendar year.

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Client Quotes

"I found your materials very helpful. It's also nice to know how very much you care about your patients/students."
- Adult comm. skills client

"Our therapist has been wonderful with our son. I would like to commend her for her professionalism, concern and effectiveness. We have had nothing but positive experiences with M.E. and want you to know that we think she is a great asset to your to your group."

-Father of 11 year old "

We have been fortunate to work with several skilled therapists, but every now and then a special therapist has graced our lives. She was the consummate professional with the perfect human touch."
- Parent of 4 year old

"I know this is your line of work, but your caring is far above and beyond just doing your job and it's so much felt and appreciated."
- Adult voice client

"Without a knowledgeable therapist your chances for progress are diminished if not thwarted altogether. It has been such a comfort to have our daughter in P's hands."

- Parent of dyslexic child

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