We are very excited to kick off our brand new season of Subject to Interpretation on February 7th!
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As your oral court interpreter exam date approaches, all those desperate Google searches followed by frantic phone calls to schools could leave you weary, because it feels like no course curriculum on earth covers the exact kind of training you are looking for. Private tutoring can be pricey, but on the other end of the spectrum, semester-long classes may be too broad for your specific needs. For example, we at DE LA MORA Institute receive many inquiries from students requesting training in just one mode of interpreting. Previously, we were only able to offer private tutoring as a solution.
This year is your opportunity for fresh start. As with any fresh start, it can be exciting, scary, hopeful, and overwhelming all at once. There are goals you want to accomplish, whether they are personal or professional, and we want to offer a few tips to help you start the year not just with distant, “I’ll do it someday,” goals in mind, but rather with a clear idea of what steps you’ll take to create and accomplish your plans.
1. Evaluate and reflect: how did the year go?
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What’s the difference between sign and spoken language interpreting? Find out in this episode where Agustin interviews sign language interpreter Carla Mathers about the many topics in interpreting, such as language access rights, ethics, and demands of the job, and what they mean for sign language interpreters compared to spoken language interpreters.
This episode opens with Gabby and Kayla’s guest, Katie McKay, who will discuss her experiences with learning and interpreting sign language.
Learn more about our upcoming FCICE Oral Exam Prep, beginning November 12th, here.
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