Learn how Christopher Desloges (Graduate 2007, American Sign Language – English Interpreter) developed his passion for American Sign Language into a successful business that now hires George Brown College American Sign Language – English Interpreter Grads.
"The American Sign Language and Deaf Studies program at George Brown is a tremendous program whose rewards equal the effort that any participant invests in it. I was able to progress from knowing minimal ASL to being accepted into the Honours Bachelor
of Interpretation program, also at George Brown College. The professors are generous, wonderful teachers who are patient but also ready to push eager students to achieve their goals. I highly recommend this program as a means to gaining insight into
the fascinating and inspiring world of Deaf Culture in Canada through a key point of entry: American Sign Language."
Kate Alton (Graduate 2018, American Sign Language and Deaf Studies)
"When I started this program I felt energized because it’s challenging in the best kind of way. There is so much to learn and get out of this. Everything we learn and do applies to a real-world situation. You can see how every class, every assignment
and every field trip has a practical application to what we are actually doing in our careers as Intervenors."
Lacey McMaster (Graduate 2016, Intervenor for Deafblind Persons)
"My professors are passionate about their work and support us tremendously. They not only teach us the skills we need to succeed in this program, but to be successful in life and in our careers as professional interpreters."
Nahed Dajjani (Student, Honours Bachelor of Interpretation [American Sign Language – English])