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ASL Interpreters ease communication between individuals with hearing difficulties and the rest of the community. They use ASL signs, body language and finger spelling and they usually work in nursing homes, hospitals and schools. Those looking to work as ASL Interpreters need to highlight in their resume samples their ASL knowledge, a good memory, people skills and the ability to use technology in order to communicate remotely. A Bachelor's Degree and certifications proving fluency in ASL are common experience in ASL Interpreter resume samples.

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ASL Interpreter/adult Education ASL Teacher

Facilitated communication in various settings: classroom, assemblies, meetings, extracurricular activities, commencement ceremonies.

  • Developed a good rapport and established a comfortable environment between deaf students, faculty and fellow students in which communication could take place. Effort met and exceeded school district personnel expectations.
  • Interpreted using sign-to-voice and voice-to-sign, resulting in improved learning taking place.
  • Transliterated written text into American Sign Language leading to high percentage passing tests.
  • Interpreted district wide meetings, resulting in improved understanding of student goals.
  • Provided instructional interpretation of various extracurricular school related sports, activities and clubs.
Candidate Info
22
years in
workforce
13
years
at this job
AAS
Asl Interpreting For The Deaf
Information Technology
2

ASL Interpreter

Interpreted for over 20 deaf and hard of hearing students and special education students.

  • Completed my 12-week internship at Southwest High School in Green Bay.
  • Taught adult American Sign Language courses.
  • Interpreted after-school extracurricular activities for various students.
  • Conducted staff development meetings.
  • Assisted in the instruction of specific deaf and hard-of-hearing courses.
Candidate Info
7
months in
workforce
7
months
at this job
AAS
Associate of Applied Science
BA
Bachelor of Arts
MA
Curriculum & Instruction, Emphasis
3

Unit Leader/ ASL Interpreter

Provided basic English/ ASL interpretation for deaf and hard of hearing program participants

  • Applied behavior modification strategies and assisted with daily living skills of clients in social settings
  • Encouraged clients to acquire new skills and participate in a variety of recreational activities
  • Planned, implemented and supervised recreational activities for individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
9
years
at this job
BA
Social Work
4

ASL Interpreter/ C-print Captionist

Interpreted university lectures in American Sign Language

  • Captioned lectures in real-time for hard of hearing students
  • Wrote and edited department newsletter: Ready, Willing and Able
  • Wrote "FAQs for Parents" on the Services for Students with Disabilities website
Candidate Info
19
years in
workforce
10
years
at this job
Liberal Arts And Interpreter Training
Liberal Arts
Literature
5

ASL Interpreter Specialized Training in LGBT

Specialized training in Performance Arts

  • Specialized training with children in adoption and foster care programs
  • Coordinated Deaf related events
  • Coordinated all interpreters for a multitude of different services offered
  • Managed all billing and banking for the organization
Candidate Info
14
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
AA
Psychology
AS
American Sign Language Interpreting
MA
Project Management
6

Office Manager/freelance ASL Interpreter

  • Provided city-wide referral service for clients.
  • Bookkeeping: A/R and A/P, prepared reports for the Executive Director and board members.
  • Organized fundraising events and social functions.
  • Coordinated interpreters with appropriate assignments based on their skill level.
  • Relay operator utilizing TTY/TDD.
Candidate Info
1
year in
workforce
1
year
at this job
BS
Management
MA
Management W / Leadership Emphasis
American Sign Language Certification
7

ASL Interpreter Volunteer

Identify and resolve conflicts related to the meanings of words, concepts, practices, or behaviors.

  • Compile information on content and context of information to be interpreted and on intended audience.
  • Listen to speakers' statements to determine meanings and to prepare interpretations, using electronic listening systems as necessary.
  • Interpret messages simultaneously or consecutively into specified languages, orally or by using hand signs, maintaining message content, context, and style as much as possible.
  • This event is for one day once a year as a volunteer Interpreter. Interpreted at the main stage and group presenter/workshops.
Candidate Info
2
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
Deaf Studies/ Interpreting Program
Deaf Studies/ Interpreting Program
8

Staff Asl Interpreter

Interpreted lectures, labs and discussions at the Masters and undergraduate levels

  • Mentored interns, managed observation schedules of staff interpreters, led debriefing sessions with professional dialogue, practiced self- analysis through video- taping personal work and applying the Demand/Control Theory
  • Interpreted notable non-academic events including campus theatrical performances, distinguished cultural lectures, class fieldtrips, guest artists, advisor meetings, athletics
  • Traveled with a Scandinavian/Vikings study abroad course to Sweden, interpreted guided tours at Viking museums, Swedish Parliament, cruises to surrounding islands, evening class discussions and hiking trips throughout the cities
Candidate Info
3
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BS
Education
9

ASL Interpreter

Responsible for conducting in-service with building administrators, teachers, and with parents on their roles and responsibilities within the school

  • Prepare for assignments by reviewing textbook content, lesson plans, and other resource material that is available
  • Inform the educational team about the limitations associated with the interpreting process, including the individual interpreter's limitations in skills
  • observe how well the student understands the interpreted classroom or any other issues related to interpreting
  • Facilitate communication between persons who are deaf and hard of hearing and others
  • Responsible in a variety of settings, in and outside of the classroom including: instructional activities, field trips, club meetings, assemblies, counseling sessions, athletic competitions
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
AAS
Associate of Applied Science
10

ASL Interpreter

Accompany various students to various classes and interpret all spoken language (English) for students, using American Sign Language.

  • Assist other Disabled student with various task.
  • Interpret all signed conversations for hearing individuals surrounding deaf student(s).
  • Interpret faculty and staff meetings
  • Clerical work occasionally
  • Data entry and computer skills
  • Shadow mentoring of interpreter trainees
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
Deaf Studies
Deaf Studies

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