In a previous Look Into ASL Studies article, we covered how to become an ASL interpreter, mentioning that no person’s journey to becoming an interpreter looks the same, but they all include patience, persistence, dedication, professional training, and practice. We’ve put a few steps in the process into an infographic below. But remember, meeting with […]Read More...
January 13th, 2017
Posted in ASL At Work
Over the course of their four years of study, William Woods bachelor’s degree students of ASL interpreting dive into every angle of what it takes to become a great American Sign Language interpreter. Here are a few things that make American Sign Language Interpreters exceptional: 1. They are always learning. In an article for Street […]Read More...
January 10th, 2017
Posted in Leaders