Infographic: The steps to becoming an ASL interpreter

William Woods ASL

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 your advisor to establish your own personal course of action to meet your specific goals is always a good idea.

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