A bit of backstory: I went on the academic job market last year and arranged to take a position as an assistant professor wherein I'd teach grad/undergrad classes, supervise students, and essentially get enough clinical hours through these experiences to be licensed within 1.5 to 2 years. I've decided to go on the job market again this year and I can't find information about what happens to my supervised clinical hours if I move to a different state without already being licensed. Do I lose them? Do I need to bank them somewhere to have them count towards future licensure? Any feedback, advice, or other experiences would be very much appreciated. There is no way to tell which states I may be moving to at this time, as both my spouse and I will be applying to academic jobs and our list of possible outcomes is about 20 states wide. Thanks!