Interpreting for Deaf, hard-of-hearing or people who use sign language and intervening for Deafblind persons are two very unique and interesting professions with increasing job opportunities and potential for self employment. You’ll receive a first rate education in this area at the George Brown College School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies. Programs are taught by a highly specialized faculty composed of non-Deaf, Deaf and Deafblind instructors. We’re the only Deaf studies college in Ontario with an American Sign Language-English Interpreter Program and the only college in Canada with an Intervenor for the Deaf-blind Persons program. You will be qualified to work as an:
- Intervenor for Deaf-blind persons
- ASL-English Interpreter for the Deaf
Your education at the School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies is enriched by our faculty’s ongoing connections with the field. Field placement experiences, in-class interactions and lab components will give you a true sense of this extraordinarily rewarding work.
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