In June 2011, a visit to the NYC Department of Education changed my life. I met one of the meanest, disgruntled DOE employees while attempting to renew my substitute teaching license. However, if it wasn’t for her blatant hostility and disregard for human life, I wouldn’t have met her lovely supervisor. And if I hadn’t met her supervisor, I wouldn’t know about the DOE scholarship in Speech Language Pathology.

That fateful day in June changed my life. I applied for the DOE scholarship in Speech, and I’m writing about my entire application process, and if I get in, G-d willing, I will continue to write about it on
Click on the logo below to read about my application woes; how it took me 3000 years to scan my transcripts, because Ari went hog wild at Staples, or about my GRE phobia, or how about…okay enough of the spoilers, click below and read the articles yourself: