12 Tips for New Sign Language Interpreters

12 Tips for New Sign Language Interpreters

12 Tips for New Sign Language Interpreters by: Brooke LaTurno, EIPA 4.0 – Interpreter Coordinator - NIR Coordinator If you are a sign language interpreter who is new to the field, welcome! When you first enter the field as a novice sign language interpreter, it can be...
Legal Interpreting: RID Standard Practices

Legal Interpreting: RID Standard Practices

Legal Interpreting: RID Standard Practices by: Lisa Hendrickson, CI - NIR Coordinator         The governing body for American Sign Language interpreters, The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), produces Standard Practice Papers for each of its specialties;...
What’s Your Story?  Volume #4

What’s Your Story? Volume #4

What’s Your Story? Volume #4 by: Kay-Kay Stephenson, NIC - NIR Interpreter Coordinator Often times when I am on an interpreting assignment, the question is posed…. “Why or how did you become an interpreter?” After speaking with many of my colleagues, this...
Watch and Learn

Watch and Learn

Watch and Learn by: Susan Swancey EIPA 3.6 - NIR Interpreter Coordinator Spoken language interpreters are given the opportunity to live in a country with native speakers to understand the nuances of culture and language i.e.: learning French, live in France. In our...
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