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As the leading simulated learning platform for current and future SLPs, Simucase provides unlimited learning opportunities in a no-risk virtual environment. Our innovative Student Ambassador Program provides an opportunity for select, ambitious college students who want to gain valuable paid work experience while promoting Simucase to their peers. If you or someone you know wants to earn some extra money, advance their education and distinguish their college resume, consider becoming a Simucase Ambassador today.
This is a paid position that lasts for one calendar year. Selected Ambassadors will also enjoy a complimentary Simucase membership ($110 value), online recognition, mentorship, recommendations for grad school, and Simucase swag!Apply Now
- Must be a current graduate or undergraduate student in an ASHA-accredited program
- 3.5 or higher GPA
- Active Simucase user
- Active on social media (Instagram, FB, Twitter, Snapchat)
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Must be able to work 20 hours per semester
Meet Our Current Ambassadors
Tricia Blackwelder, Parker University
Tricia is an Occupational Therapy Assistant student at Parker University in Dallas, TX. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Interior Design from Abilene Christian University. After working in this field for many years, Tricia decided to change her career path to be able help people in a more meaningful way. Tricia’s desire is to blend her two careers together to help individuals make their homes safe and fit their special needs in an aesthetically pleasing way. As a busy wife and mother of two, Tricia enjoys the convenience that Simucase offers to help continue her educational pathway to becoming an OTA.
Nicolette Contella, University of Maryland
Nicolette is a current senior at the University of Maryland studying Hearing and Speech Sciences. She is graduating in May 2021 and will be attending graduate school for speech-language pathology. She is from North New Jersey and loves to spend time cooking or on the beach.
Nikkita Crozier, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Nikkita is a second year Doctor of Physical Therapy student at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He enjoys the broad scope of physical therapy education and exploring all settings. As a teaching assistant, he has worked to facilitate virtual delivery of physical therapy programs such as Stepping-On and local fall prevention screenings. He is an APTA member and part of the executive board for his class’ Spanish club. Nikkita loves spending his free time with his wife and daughter, hiking, and playing guitar.
Jill Flenner, Chatham University
Jill is a second-year Master of Occupational Therapy student at Chatham University. After working as a preschool assistant teacher, she became interested in working with children as a school-based occupational therapist. Jill enjoys using Simucase to supplement her in-class learning with real patient cases. Jill is an AOTA member, the president of her class Student Occupational Therapy Association, and enjoys advocating for the field of occupational therapy at events including AOTA Capitol Hill Day and Backpack Awareness Day.
Noelle Scolieri, Baylor University
Noelle is a graduate student at Baylor University. She plans to practice as a Speech-Language Pathologist, with a focus in pediatrics. She loves all things language and literacy within the field. Noelle was chosen to be one of six Meritorious Poster Session Presenters at the Pennsylvania Speech-Language Hearing Association’s 2019 Convention to present her independent study on Childhood Apraxia of Speech and Literacy Development. She is also the published author of three children’s books and three novels. Find her on Instagram @anslp2b
Haley Stack, Misericordia University
Haley is a 2020 graduate of Misericordia University. After attending a pro bono trip to Jamaica as a Doctorate of physical therapy student, she became interested in volunteer work. Regardless of her occupation setting, Haley desires to continue providing pro bono services. Haley believes in the educational benefits of Simucase. She is eager to show other students the connection Simucase demonstrates between the classroom and the clinic. Haley looks forward to the future opportunities the field of physical therapy will provide.
Jordan Vavra, Arizona State University
Jordan is a graduate student at Arizona State University. She is interested in working with adults and the geriatric population as a medical-focused Speech-Language Pathologist. She became interested in the adult population after becoming involved in an Aphasia Camp at her undergraduate school. From there, she helped start the Aphasia Interaction Initiative to ensure that individuals with aphasia receive evidence-based interventions after their strokes. She strives to provide high quality, research-based interventions for adults in the inpatient setting.