Sign Language Interpreter Training

Active Learning Opportunities

Quincy's focus on practical experience in the workplace is a distinct benefit of the learning process. Through our program, you'll experience at least 150 hours in the field. Under the supervision of a certified professional interpreter, you'll apply your knowledge and skills in a variety of authentic settings including education, business, and public service agencies.

You'll also get signing experience in Quincy's American Sign Language/Interpreting Lab, which is available for individual student use as well as teacher-directed activities. The ASL/Interpreting Lab is equipped with individual work stations, audio/video equipment, and three separate videotaping rooms. The Lab features 12 televisions with DVD and VCR players. Two computer stations are available for in-class feedback, and two workstations are designed for research and web-based receptive practice. Your work in the lab, including videotaping your performance, will enhance and strengthen your skills and accelerate your professional development.

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