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Waubonsee Community College (ASL interpreting)
The College of NJ (Other)
I attended a community college and did the Interpreters Training Program (ITP) and later I studied at a different community college and received my associates in education. Recently, I completed the Bachelors degree program at The College of New Jersey. I enjoy working with people to expand their knowledge base of sign language and am eager to help you succeed!
I have more than twenty years experience as a signer. Included in that time, I have worked as an interpreter, in various school settings, for more than five years. I recently took the Educational Interpreters Proficiency Assessment (EIPA), and have received a 3.1, which means that, in the state of New Jersey, I can be an interpreter, in schools.
My passion is American Sign Language and I've actually used the fingerspelling alphabet to assist me in my written spelling. It helped me to make the match between the letters and their sounds, as I was learning to work on my Language Arts vocabulary words.
I have a flexible schedule and am generally available to work either online or in person. We can work together to set up a special introduction trial. I look forward to hearing from you and assisting you to achieve your goals! I attended a community college and did the Interpreters Training Program (ITP) and later I studied at a different community college and received my associates in education. Recently, I completed the Bachelors degree program at The College of New Jersey. I enjoy working with people to expand their knowledge base of … Read more
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I've done well in high school English and I always enjoyed it.
My signing has been with me for more than twenty years. I have various experiences working with people who are Deaf/deaf and I posses diverse methods of code switching. Also, I have worked as an interpreter, for almost six years.
I have more than twenty years doing sign language, and about five years of being an interpreter.