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What's the best part about being a sign language interpreter?

I'm planning on studying to be a sign language interpreter. I'm curious about what I can look forward to....

#american-sign-language

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:25

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Posted by Haylee K.
Angela Theresa (Collins) Egic | Actor/Singer with Actors Equity Association Oh, first, it pays very well! And the Deaf Community really ...

What is Speech-Language Pathology Career like?

I'm interested in the Speech-Language Pathology career and I want to specialize in the Deaf and Hard of Hearing so I can work with kids. #teaching #speech-pathology...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:28

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Posted by Kayla W.
T. Crawford, MA CCC-SLP | Speech Language Pathologist Being a speech language pathologist is amazing! Your concentration is phenomenal. ...

What should I do if I feel like my dream career is too specific?

My goal is to become a counselor specifically for deaf and hard of hearing patients. I don't want to have to give up either aspect of the sign interpreting or the psychology but I'm not sure how to go about doing both. I'm already a senior in high school so I feel like my time is running out to...

#counseling #psychology #american-sign-language

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Active Apr 15 at 20:56

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Posted by Vivian K.
Michael Bracey | Vice President, Life Sciences at Treximo Hi Vivian,I do not think your dream is too specific. Your ...

What is a good career choice for a person with a natural ability for learning foreign languages?

In addition to excelling in English throughout high school, I also have a passion for Spanish and American Sign Language. I would love to get input from others regarding a career choice that would allow me to use this strength. #foreign-languages #language #communication #spanish...

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Active Apr 23 at 09:49

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Posted by Lianna G.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... A foreign language is always helpful in a career. I understand ...

How can I be an SLP that incorporates ASL in my practice?

Hi there! I've studied ASL all through high school and college (I'm a senior in college now), originally double majoring in ASL and speech pathology - now just majoring in SLP and minoring in ASL. I desperately want to incorporate ASL into being an SLP, but I've had professors tell me it's...

#slp #speech-language-pathology #american-sign-language #asl

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Active Jan 04 at 20:16

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Posted by Miranda C.

If you teach sign language professionally, do you also do other work outside of sign?

I'm interested in sign professionally. How much do you care about sign? Is this something I would have to focus all of my attention on all the time? #american-sign-language #british-sign-language...

#deaf-education

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

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Posted by Destiny T.
John Dichirico | American Sign Language Teacher Hi Destiny, There are many opportunities in the field of Deaf ...

Did you ever teach friends sign language when you were growing up?

I want to see how people tried to spread the word about deaf culture. #american-sign-language #british-sign-language...

#deaf-education

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Active Oct 14 '17 at 20:23

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Posted by Destiny T.

When did you find your love for sign language?

I am asking this question because I want to understand how other people fell in love with sign language like I did and around the age #classes #family #interpreter #languages #american-sign-language...

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Active Dec 06 '17 at 19:09

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Posted by Destiny T.
John Preston Corbin | English major at Georgia State University My friend has been learning sign language as part of her ...

In which career in the psychology/therapy fields would ASL and foreign languages be most valued?

I speak 2 languages (including English) fluently and 3 more at varying degrees of functional fluency. One language I know that I think is particularly unique is American Sign Language, which I learned in school and at an academic summer camp. Now that I'm thinking about potential career choices...

#social-psychology #child-psychology #psychology #language #moral-psychology #american-sign-language #languages #school-psychology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:25

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Posted by Nora Y.
Angela Theresa (Collins) Egic | Actor/Singer with Actors Equity Association I would think you are very needed in the Deaf Community! ...

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