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What has been the most impactful aspect of being able to interpret American Sign Language?

I want to get into sign language interpreting in the future. I've always believed that simply having a job for the sake of money is boring and useless so I'd like to know how having this job has impacted individuals personally....



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:26

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Posted by Alyssa J.
Amanda Carso, NIC | Nationally Certified Sign Language Interpreter HI Alyssa, It is great that you are looking into sign ...

How do I get to the career of my dreams?

I have no idea what it takes to get a degree in ASL and where to go from there. I am not even sure about colleges. I am kind of in a rut as my senior year is about to begin I see what my dream is but I can't quiet navigate the route. #career-paths #help #college-advice #asl...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Kendall R.
Georganne Shibata | Administrative Specialist for Evaluation at Woodbury University Kendall... just found your initial inquiry from 2016 spring and since ...

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


Active Jan 04 at 20:16

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Posted by Miranda C.

How can I get college assistance and a plan?

I know what I would like to study and pursue, I just have no idea in what the first step to getting there is. #college #management #advice #language #planning #support...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Kendall R.
Frank Lemmon | Sr. Test Engineer at Chegg Inc. Awesome question :-) First of all, figure out if you can ...

Is it challenging to find a job in deaf education?

I am currently really interested in ASL studies and am looking into minoring in American-Sign Language in college along with a major in something in Health Science. I do not know much sign-language yet, but it's never too late to learn! I am just curious how hard it would be to find job...

#deaf #health-science #college-major #college-minor #academic-advising #education #asl


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:43

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Posted by Paige C.
Samir Surve | Dell Well if you ask me frankly then yes its a bit ...

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