Everything’s Bigger in Texas… Including Speech-Language Therapy and School Psychology Opportunities!
Texas is a very big state with plenty to offer all personality types. If you like BBQ, live music, outdoor activities, art, history, cowboys, horses, beaches, authentic Mexican food, aquariums, history, professional sports and more, you’re going to love Texas! Right now, we have numerous opportunities in Speech-Language Pathology and School Psychology in two of Texas’ most popular cities: Austin and San Antonio:
There’s a reason Austin is known as The Live Music Capital of The World. The city is home to more than 250 live music venues featuring local, national and even international country, blues and rock acts seven nights a week, as well as numerous world-famous music festivals annually. But Austin has plenty more to offer than just its eclectic music scene. Austin also boasts vibrant arts and cultural activities, a variety of outdoor spaces for fitness and nature enthusiasts, and a selection of restaurants that would keep the even most prolific foodie busy for years. National, state and local parks make it easy to enjoy the great outdoors, and locals and visitors alike have plenty of options when it comes to boating, paddle boarding, kayaking, hiking, biking, frisbee golfing and more. You can also find a number of popular natural springs and swimming holes in and around Austin.
Current openings near Austin:
- Sign Language Interpreter, Del Valle, Texas
- Speech-Language Pathologist, Del Valle, Texas
- Deaf/Hard of Hearing Teacher, Del Valle, Texas
- School Psychologist, Round Rock, Texas
San Antonio, TX
This colorful, south-central Texas city features a rich heritage that combines the best of both historical and modern attractions, so you can explore what’s old and discover what’s new. From the world-renowned Missions National Historic Park to the world-famous Alamo, you’re sure to enjoy the local historical attractions while on assignment San Antonio. Dig your spurs into cowboy culture by attending a local rodeo, or take a stroll along El Mercado, an authentic Mexican marketplace with a muy bueno selection of shopping and dining options! Plus, don’t miss the San Antonio Museum of Art, The Witte Museum, the Spanish Governor’s Palace or the San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum. Like outdoor adventures? Make sure to visit the Natural Bridge Caverns, Brackenridge Park and Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch. Or enjoy the nature and wildlife during a kayak or bike trip along the Mission Reach. And we haven’t even started talking about the nightlife, the restaurants, the professional sports or Hill Country!
Current openings near San Antonio:
- Speech-Language Pathologist
- School Psychologist