Sign Language Interpreter Training

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Highly qualified interpreters are in great demand today, and, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the field is poised to grow at a rapid pace. The Americans with Disabilities Act mandates full accessibility for people who are Deaf to all organizations serving the public; often that access mandates the service of a professional interpreter. Our graduates work in a variety of professions and settings, such as video relay services, schools, state agencies, workshops, meetings, theaters, hospitals, mental health centers, social workers, courts, businesses, churches, and other organizations. If you are looking for a career that combines extraordinary opportunity with an unparalleled chance to serve others, the field of interpreting offers challenging roles for today and professional growth for a satisfying future.

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