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Freelance Interpreting

 

Amy Wiley graduated from Portland Community College's Interpreter Training Program in June of 2010. She is currently pursuing National Interpreter Certification and plans to take the written and performance test in 2011.

Amy is available for sign language interpreting in the following areas:

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Educational settings

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Religious settings

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Drama and music

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Low-risk business settings

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Community settings

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Low-risk medical settings

 

            Skills

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Effective communication in American Sign Language

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Voice-to-sign and sign-to-voice interpreting skills

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Excellent English vocabulary and grammar with strong voicing skills

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An understanding and respect of Deaf Culture

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Ability to match the clients' interpreting style and language needs

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Excellent people skills, ethical behavior, and professional judgment

 

To contact Amy regarding a possible job, please email her here and include specifics about the setting and purpose, duration, and location. References are available upon request. Thank you!