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Interpreting Immersion: training – NCIEC & Gallaudet Univ. Aug 17th – 25th

July 21, 2016 in Interpreting & Transliterating

Interpreting Immersion:  Enrich your interpretations with the power of depiction

This course is offered by a GURIEC partner, 

the Gallaudet Center for Continuing Education

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Questions about the course? Contact ccs@gallaudet.edu
 
Dates and times:  Aug 17-25, 2016. 8:30-4:00 pm each day, including Sat. & Sun.
Location: Gallaudet University, Washington, DC.
Instructor: Alisha Bronk, MA, CDI.
Description:
This popular course is back! Both Deaf and hearing interpreters are invited for in-depth, meaningful practice in a supportive environment.
Learn to recognize opportunities to use depiction, expand your linguistic toolkit, and increase your confidence with ASL discourse features. Participants will explore the vital components of effective ASL discourse: advanced non-manual signals and facial grammar, classifiers, constructed action/dialogue, and more. Integrate these features into your work in a variety of interpreting settings. Participants will have hands-on practice interpreting medical, technical, and narrative source texts, to create more effective and engaging interpretations.
Instructor bio: Alisha Bronk’s mission is to share her love of American Sign Language and its benefits with as many people as possible. She is the creator of the ASL Tales DVD/book series. She received a master’s degree in TESOL: Applied Linguistics from Portland State University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Gallaudet University. She is currently a freelance Certified Deaf Interpreter and adjunct professor in the Dept. of Interpretation. Ms. Bronk is a regular presenter at conferences for interpreting and Deaf organizations. She also frequently serves as a Deaf mentor and ASL tutor for families of Deaf children, interpreters, and ASL students.
Who should register: Deaf and hearing interpreters (certified or pre-certified); advanced Deaf and hearing interpreting students.
Pre-requisites: ASL proficiency (minimum of ASL III). Some prior interpreting coursework, training, and/or experience. If you have questions about your eligibility, contact the instructor: alisha.bronk@gallaudet.edu.
Tuition: $837 for 3 Professional Studies Credits.
(Does not include course materials; see Course Descriptionunder PST 352-02).
Room & board (recommended, optional): $74/day for shared dorm and all meals.
More information: Visit the CCS website. Look for PST 352-02.
CEUs: 4.5 Professional Studies.
Content level: Some prior knowledge of topic required.
The Gallaudet Center for Continuing Studies (CCS) is an approved RID sponsor for continuing education activities.

Student & Novice Interpreter Network (SNIN) Conference 2016

May 6, 2016 in Interpreting & Transliterating

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Student & Novice Interpreter Network (SNIN) Conference 2016:

In Your Hands

Friday, June 24 – Sunday, June 26, 2016
Northeastern University, Boston MA

Registration and housing are filling up fast, so don’t delay! 

Are you a student, recent graduate, or novice interpreter with less than five years of professional interpreting experience? Then this conference is for you! Both Deaf and hearing interpreters welcome!
Visit our website for everything you need to know, including a tentative scheduleworkshop descriptions, and presenter bios. You can also register for the Northeastern University Summer Symposium, which will be held immediately following the SNIN Conference, when you fill out the SNIN registration form.
We hope to see you there!

 

NCIEC – Interpreting Immersion Program – May 31-June 9

April 5, 2016 in Community News

Interpreting Immersion:  Enrich your interpretations with the power of depiction

Dates and times : May 31-June 9, 2016. 8:30-4:00 pm each day.
Location: Gallaudet University, Washington, DC.
Instructor Alisha Bronk leads an interactive skill development activity. 
I nstructor: Alisha Bronk, MA, CDI.
Description:  This course, offered by the Gallaudet Center for Continuing Studies, provides in-depth, meaningful practice for both Deaf and hearing interpreters in a supportive environment. Learn to recognize opportunities to use depiction, expand your linguistic toolkit, and increase your confidence with ASL discourse features. Participants will explore the vital components of effective ASL discourse: advanced non-manual signals and facial grammar, classifiers, constructed action/dialogue, and more. Integrate these features into your work in a variety of interpreting settings. Participants will have hands-on practice interpreting medical and technical source texts, and creating more effective and engaging interpretations.
Who should register: Deaf and hearing interpreters, certified or pre-certified; advanced Deaf and hearing interpreting students.

NCIEC – Deaf Self-Advocacy Training ~ Saturday, April 9

March 23, 2016 in Advocacy & Access, Community Events, Community News

 

 

Deaf Self-Advocacy Training

Location: NVRC
3951 Pender Drive,
Suite 130,
Fairfax, VA 22030

April 9 , 2016
8:30 am to 5:00 pm. 

RSVP by April 2nd

Learn your rights to equal communications access, utilize resources for action, ethics and professionalism, working with interpreters, and advocate for yourself and for others! 
 
Provided by MaryRose Gonzalez and Jenny Witteborg, only for $5. RSVP by April 2nd by contacting either MaryRose (belladeafmentor@gmail.com) or Jenny (wittypro7@gmail.com). Light breakfast and lunch will be provided by a local Deaf chef, Kurt Ramborger! 
 
Thanks to Jenny for sharing and be sure to register for one of the 20 reserved seats today! 
Deaf Self-Advocacy Training_Saturday, April 9, 2016

NCIEC – Deaf Self-Advocacy Training – Oct. 17th

September 17, 2015 in Community News, Interpreting & Transliterating

 

 

NCIEC
National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers

Deaf Self-Advocacy Training

Virginia Beach
Saturday, October 17th
9 am to 5 pm

This workshop will focus on your rights to equal communication access, utilizing resources for action, ethics and professionalism and working with interpreters and advocating for yourself and for others.

Facilitated by:  Kelsey Gilstrap and Star Grieser

Workshop cost is $5.00 to help contribute to printing and lunch expenses.
The workshop will be presented in American Sign Language and is for Deaf, by Deaf.
Please contact Star Grieser at SGrieser@TCC.edu for any other accommodations.

Email SGrieser@TCC.edu to register for this workshop.

This DSAT training will be located at Tidewater Community College’s Virginia Beach Campus at 1700 College Crescent, Virginia Beach, VA 23453 in the Pungo Building and follow the signs to the room!

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