I have enjoyed leaving work feeling that I was able to do a successful job and make a difference in a kiddo's life. I felt supported by my team, and although there have many instances when I had questions (especially in the beginning) I was able to get answers to these from other tech's or supervisors. I liked that I now feel more comfortable implementing therapy, which I will be able to use in my career as an SLP, and this experience has given me so many tools necessary to work and implement therapy with kids in the future!
What I wish was different
The atmosphere can be stressful and very fast paced, which could get overwhelming at times, but as is most jobs working with young kids who have a million new things to learn about and a million new things to do and see!
One piece of advice I would share with other students would be to never be afraid to ask questions and seek the guidance of those who have more experience than you - who knows, you may eventually be the one giving the advice, and it began with being confident enough to ask questions!