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How Can I Become an Interpreter / Learn Sign Language?

Degree in ASL Interpretation  Arkansas requires interpreters to possess a bachelor’s degree to take the state credentialing test. If you are interested in getting a degree in American Sign Language (ASL) Studies (Associates Degree) or Interpretation: ASL/English (Bachelor Degree) you can contact UALR’s Interpreter Education Program here. American Sign Language (ASL) Classes If you are…

Where Can I Get A List of Interpreters In the State / Nationally?

ARID does not currently hold a comprehensive list of licensed and/or credentialed/certified interpreters within the state or on the national level. However, there are a few places to find a list of interpreters. List of credentialled interpreters in the state of Arkansas Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (SDHH) Main Page: https://dws.arkansas.gov/ar-rehabilitation-services/field-services/deaf-hard-of-hearing/ Select “Interpreting Services” Select hyperlink…

How Can I Get Help Hiring An Interpreter?

ARID is an organization to provide professional development opportunities for interpreters, we do not hire interpreters for jobs. The state of Arkansas has a few different agencies that can assist you in hiring an interpreter. The contact information for the various agencies are below. Little Rock/Central Arkansas Communicating Hands Incorporated 501-374-5293 https://communicatinghands.com/ Communication Plus+ Interpreting…
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