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Antelope Valley College (Deaf Studies)
University of Phoenix- Criminal Justice AA (Other)
My name is Chantel and I am a graduate from Antelope Valley College's Deaf Studies Interpreting Program. I have a passion for sign language as well as for Deaf Culture and community. In addition I have a strong belief in signing correctly and clearly. I work with members of the deaf community on a daily basis. As a mother of a 12- year-old son, and an aunt to many, I am familiar with working with children and enjoy their youth and exuberance. Hello,
My name is Chantel and I am a graduate from Antelope Valley College's Deaf Studies Interpreting Program. I have a passion for sign language as well as for Deaf Culture and community. In addition I have a strong belief in signing correctly and clearly. I work
Chantel is a great tutor. She understood exactly what I needed. She was really knowledgeable about what teachers are looking for and how to teach it. She was also really open to working with my schedule.
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I have completed the Deaf Studies and Interpreting programs. In addition I currently interpret at a DHH K-8 school and am familiar with working with Deaf/ Hard-of Hearing children. I have been a member of a Deaf Congregation that uses sign language as it's primary means of communication.
I have am a graduate of the Interpreting Program at Antelope Valley College. I was one of the top students in the program and was often requested to assist the instructors. I work with deaf clients on a daily basis and have been in a Deaf Congregation for the past 4 years.