Exchange ideas, opinions, and experiences concerning interpreting;
Further the development of effective communication skills in interpreting;
Strive for the attainment of the highest standards in these communicative skills;
Act as a body to advance professional and ethical standards for interpreters;
Advocate for professional recognition and treatment of interpreters;
Uphold the communication rights of Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people.
A message from the SaVRID President about the topics for the February Town Hall Meeting:
The RIT/NTID Department of ASL and Interpreting Education will host two Informational/Q&A sessions about our MS in Health Care Interpretation degree. If you've been considering getting your master's and have questions about the program, please join Robyn Dean and me on February 8 or 12.
Register by scanning the QR code on the flyer next to the date you’d like to attend or click one of the links below.
February 8, 7-9 pm Eastern: tiny.cc/5gskwz
February 12, 7-9 pm Eastern: tiny.cc/diskwz
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Coordinator (0.80 FTE/32 hrs/week)
Part-Time | 12-month
Salary Range: $40.69 - $50.01 per hour
Application Deadline: open until filled
To oversee, coordinate and participate in interpretation services and activities for students who are deaf and/or hard of hearing; to select and assign interpreters and CART captioners for classroom communication services; to provide services as an interpreter; and to perform a variety of administrative tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility.
Please CLICK HERE to view all job details and apply online.
If you are interested in participating, please RSVP to Gretchen_Roman@urmc.rochester.edu.
DCARA is looking for an Interpreting Services Manager. If you are interested in learning more, please click the link below for more details: