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Students

Our relationship with students begins well before graduation! Whether to meet your practicum hours for school, or to shadow a Hearing Care Professional, we will do our best to find the right opening for you. 

You are the future in the field of Audiology, and in order to help you graduate and make the most of this exciting learning experience, we will happily accommodate a variety of different shadows, placements and practicums. Our extensive network of clinics coast to coast allows us to provide you ample opportunities for placements across the country. We have placed Audiology and Hearing Instrument Practitioner students from UBC, UWO, Ottawa, Dalhousie, Grant McEwan, George Brown, and Conestoga. Our goal is to help you take the theory learned in the classroom and put it into practice in a real-life clinic setting.

We make a habit of employing successful practicum students all over the country, but regardless of where you start your career, we value our connection with you and enjoy building positive relationships in the hearing healthcare community.

To apply to for a student opportunity, please click the following link: Student Opportunities

In addition to the vast opportunities we can provide, we also support the future of our field through our annual Margaret Hallam Legacy Scholarship (Audiology and Hearing Instrument Practitioner) and The Lesley Pratt Scholarship for Clinical Excellence, tuition grants, and through the sponsorship of student attendance at national conferences.   Annually, we enjoy visiting with students for “meet & greets,” dinners, and even NHL games!

Scholarship Download Links:

Margaret Hallam Legacy Scholarship (audiology)

Margaret Hallam Legacy Scholarship (Hearing Instrument Practitioner)

Lesley Pratt Scholarship for Clinical Excellence

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