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The Dust Storm... Being a new interpreter

Putting together words to describe what it feels like to be a new interpreter in the field after graduation, it looks a little bit like a dust storm… Words flying throughout the air immediately include “daunting”, “intimidating”, “stressful”, and at some times, completely “overwhelming”. 517 more words


Community Organizations Speak Up

Proud of Rhode Island Association of the Deaf and Rhode Island RID for partnering together to pass a vote of no-confidence in the national Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf organization. 268 more words

Registry Of Interpreters For The Deaf

Getting out from under Society's thumb

Making a big life decision recently has caused me to think more and more about how this past year – the dreaded first year out of college – has gone down for me. 2,018 more words

Interpreting Assignment in Makassar - 4 & 5 July 2018

Minggu ini, saya beruntung mendapat kesempatan menjadi juru bahasa (interpreter) di acara tahunan yang diadakan oleh Kementerian Keuangan Republik Indonesia. Acara ini adalah konferensi keuangan Islami “ 594 more words


Random Thoughts by Uncle Dale: Titles for the Upcoming Book

The first draft of the book is well underway, so floating ideas for possible titles:

1. Uncle Dale On Interpreting: Is A Blank Look And A Nod Enough For Now? 92 more words

The Rules

Grade 12 English, A Requirement?

Modern day University programs have evolved dramatically involving the factor of different styles of writing. Grade 12 University level English provides an excellent platform for many students to get the writing education needed to suit their program. 636 more words


Interpreters have been a huge part of my life and after years of needing them for my parents, you start to become familiar with certain people. 339 more words