People with an understanding of ASL and Deaf culture are needed in nearly every field to help communicate with Deaf and hard of hearing people and ensure access for everyone. Did you ever think about how you could combine ASL Studies with another area? Often, William Woods University ASL interpretation studies and ASL Studies students […]Read More...
March 21st, 2018
A series on Interpreter Specialization: Five Tips to take with you as you enter the interpreter world
Interpreters are needed every day, everywhere in everything we do. This means that interpreters have options when deciding where to take their skills. ASL Interpretation Studies students at William Woods University graduate with a bachelor’s degree and the ability to pursue specializations in many of these different fields: Health Care Interpreting Legal Interpreting Mental Health […]Read More...
November 26th, 2014
Posted in ASL At Work