Being part of SAA offers numerous educational opportunities as listed below.
Doctoral Students. There are a variety of doctoral programs in audiology. If you are thinking of enrolling, you may want to check out the AuD and PhD facts and review the various programs.
AudiologyNOW!® is the premiere event for the audiology profession. From all over the world, researchers, practitioners, and students alike gather for AudiologyNOW!. Approximately 7,000 audiologists, including 800 students, congregate at this event to learn about new findings and progression in the field of audiology. Students have the opportunity to attend AudiologyNOW! for free by volunteering to work certain activities, educational sessions, etc. Learn more about this event and how you can get involved as a student.
HEARCareers Employment Center
Make the most of AudiologyNOW! 2014 by investing in your future. Register as an attending jobseeker and have your professional profile and resume included onsite at the Employment Center. Not attending? Make yourself visible by creating a job seeker account on HEARCareers and upload your resume for free! Check out all that we have to offer both onsite and online by visiting the AudiologyNOW! web page for HEARCareers and clicking on the Job Seeker Information Brochure. Email us if you have questions or need assistance.
ABA Certification. The American Board of Audiology (ABA), an autonomous organization, is dedicated to enhancing audiologic services to the public by promulgating universally recognized standards in professional practice. The ABA encourages audiologists to exceed these prescribed standards, thereby promoting a high level of professional development and ethical practice.
ACAE Accreditation. The mission of the Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE), an autonomous organization, is "to assure the public that only those programs that have complied with this agency's standards and that graduate competent audiologists trained at the AuD level will be accredited.