Make Your Voice Heard As a Traveling SLP

Working as a Speech Language Therapy or Speech Language Therapy Assistant can be a rewarding experience — especially when you take advantage of Advanced Medical’s network of amazing travel speech therapy jobs. Our network of Speech Language Pathologist jobs means we can find you a position that is a great fit for your skills, your wallet, and you personality.

If you’ve always dreamed of traveling the United States but haven’t been to all the places you’ve wanted, it’s time to get paid to travel and work with the company that gets you – Advanced Medical.

  1. Clinical Setting

    Our nationwide network of SLP clinics means that wherever you picture yourself working, there's probably a clinic that needs a talented Speech Language Pathologist. Continue your clinical career while discovering new destinations with Advanced Medical!

  2. School Setting

    Advanced Schools is a division of Advanced Medical that focuses on providing high-quality SLP's to private and public schools, nationwide. By focusing specifically on school therapy, we can provide the right type of support so you can focus on the important stuff: the kids that need you.

  3. Tele SLP Opportunities

    We're excited to be on the cutting edge of therapy technology with our exclusive Tele SLP opportunities. These jobs provide therapy to patients who may not have had local access to Speech Language Pathologists. You can help change lives across the nation - from the comfort of your living room.

  4. Spend Your CFY with us!

    If you need to complete your Clinical Fellowship Year, Advanced Medical has you covered. We've partnered with clinics nationwide that specialize in providing recent SLP graduates with CFY opportunities, all while we provide support and mentorship to ensure your success.

Connect with a Mentor

  • Melissa Jones, MS, CCC-SLP

    Melissa Jones received her BA from Baylor University and graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Master’s of Science, Communication disorders. She has experience with pediatrics through geriatrics, with more concentrated experience in the treatment of dysphagia, cognition, and autism. She is also involved with a nonprofit hippotherapy clinic, where she works with children on developing their speech and language skills. She is a speech language pathologist from Texas and have been a long time traveler with Advanced Medical. In her travels, she has been to every state on the western half of the United States with her husband and their dog. She loves her job as a SLP, and loves being able to share her experiences and everything she’s learned along the way.

  • Margaret Wolfe

    Margaret knew she wanted to be an SLP since her first career day experience in High School. She went on to obtain her BA in Speech Language Pathology at Lehman College in NY and received her Master’s in Communication Disorders at Georgia State University. After working at a SNF full time for 2 years, it was clear to her that she needed to fulfill her career in other ways. Born and raised in The Bronx, Margaret is a city girl who loves to dance, laugh and enjoy the things life has to offer. However, traveling has always been her favorite past time. AMPS has provided Margaret with the opportunity to explore working in different settings, with different people, in different places. Margaret has experience working in the SNF setting, Home Health, and Schools with clients ranging in age from 3-98.

  • Kelsey Besler, Speech-Language Pathologist

    Kelsey is a long time Advanced Medical traveler, having completed assignments in NC, FL, and TX. Her entire life, she knew she wanted to be a speech therapist, having dealt with speech impediments first hand as a child. Kelsey travels for the adventure and enjoys meeting many new people with every placement. While on the road, she has gained clinical experience as well as life experience, and plans on traveling until she finds the perfect place to settle down. There are many aspects of travel that Kelsey loves, but mostly she enjoys the rewarding experience of helping others all over the country. As a mentor, Kelsey hopes to expand her her reach by helping new grads have the best first travel experience possible. Kelsey’s sister is a new grad SLP, so Kelsey will enjoy mentoring her as well!

Melissa Jones

Margaret Wolfe

Kelsey Besler

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