Sign Language Interpreter
DID YOU KNOW: A few little facts about interpreters for the Deaf (for the common questions we get): we are a legitimate professional group; we are paid and that is our primary compensation (no credit for class etc); we are considered members of the staff and not the student body or patient group (see above); though we do volunteer work, mostly we are being compensated.
After a six year hiatus, I am back to sign language interpreting as my part-time gig. As a sign language interpreter, we are required to wear dark, solid clothes (they are the background for our hands, and anything else would be “visual noise”). Do you have any suggestions for spring/summer outfits that will make me …