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The Mentorship Program offers aspiring, novice and working interpreters opportunities to enhance their skills through mentorship and workshops, as a means of fulfilling our ultimate goal of increasing the quality and quantity of interpreting services available to the Deaf Community. Mentees, mentors and workshop participants may earn CEU/ACET credits. Visit our Programs and Workshops to find the right opportunities for you!

Interpreting for Deaf People in Recovery, 4/3
Practice interpreting with Deaf staff from Advocates, Inc.! Meet Jenna Kohashi, Deaf Clinical Program Manager for the first Deaf Respite Program in the state, and Marco Gonzalez, the only Certified Deaf Peer Support Specialist in the state, learn more about the agency and become familiar with the unique Deaf community in Advocates group homes, apartments, outpatient clinics and respite program. This is a great opportunity for novice, aspiring and student interpreters to practice interpreting in a safe and fun environment. Make real community contacts and expand your interpreting schema while working with consumers who want you to succeed! Click on Workshops for full information and registration information.

Minority Interpreters Group
The Minority Interpreters Group is an active group of aspiring and working interpreters of color. We welcome new members! If you would like to learn more about this group, please contact Holly Alfred, Minority Interpreters Group Coordinator, at
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