American Sign Language users share personal experiences in honor of National ASL Day
In a speech last fall in Columbia, Missouri at the University of Missouri’s Celebrate Ability Week, Deaf activist, actor and model Nyle DiMarco ended with a piece of advice: Embrace yourself, he said. It’s this kind of celebration and embracing of Deaf culture for which National ASL day was created. Held on April 15 every […]Read More...
May 24th, 2017
Posted in ASL Books & Resources, Deaf Culture
Tips for new interpreters: the job search
With spring break in the rear-view mirror, ASL Interpreting seniors make their final move toward employment as full-time interpreters. It is always a good idea for beginning interpreters to ask themselves a few questions before they even begin their job search process: “What kind of hours do I want to work?” “What are my long-term […]Read More...
May 5th, 2017
Posted in ASL At Work