Screening Sessions – Honours Bachelor of Interpretation (American Sign Language English) (C302)

All applicants to the Honours Bachelor of Interpretation (American Sign Language English) (C302) are required to go through screening of their English and ASL skills.

Location: 200 King Street East, St. James Campus.
Contact: Corene Kennedy at 416-415-5000, ext. 3621 or ckennedy@georgebrown.ca or Rhondda Reynolds at 416-415-5000, ext. 3426 rreynolds@georgebrown.ca.

This screening session is not for students who are currently enrolled in the C114, ASL and Deaf Studies Program.  
 
To attend a screening session, you must apply to the program and register for a session in advance. Registration is mandatory.

Sessions are limited to 15 people per session. Due to the limited capacity for each session, should you need to cancel your attendance, please notify the program coordinators – Corene Kennedy ckennedy@georgebrown.ca and Rhondda Reynolds rreynolds@georgebrown.ca
 
*Applicants need to bring their reference letter, completed questionnaire and headphones/ear buds to the session (for applicants who are not Deaf).

 

Mandatory screening sessions are now open. Please register for one session only. Each session has a maximum of 15 applicants.

Applicants must watch the online information session chapters prior to attending their screening session. 

Registration Form

Please complete and submit the form below to book a seat. Details will follow after registration.

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