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StreetLeverage - Sign Language Interpreter Education Month

Interpreter Education Month 2016

Sign language interpreters are committed to lifelong learning. StreetLeverage subscribes to the belief that it is in this commitment that both career satisfaction and success are found.  Check out what we have planned this month! Curated Articles Where’s the Welcome Mat? Opening the Door to Deaf InterpretersBy Jeremy Rogers IEP: Faculty Composition Impacts Sign Language Interpreter ReadinessBy Joseph


Best of StreetLeverage 2015

StreetLeverage: The 2015 Posts that Moved Us

As a way to welcome 2016, we handpicked 10 posts that inspired reflection, demonstrated courageous thinking, or generated spirited conversation. It is our guess that you were moved by some of these 2015 gems as well. If you missed one, take a moment to enjoy the goodness. * Posts not listed in any particular order. 1.



StreetLeverage: A Story of Thanksgiving

The StreetLeverage story is YOUR story. There is no way to tell the StreetLeverage story without attempting to identify a large number of people and to rehearse every small, seemingly insignificant act of generosity which, when woven together, creates a multiplier which has compounded these acts into something beautiful. This generosity open doors for us to learn, enjoy and


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ILI Panel 2 Discussion: Deaf-Hearing Interpreter Team Reflections on Preparation Sessions

The Deaf-Hearing interpreter teams from the analysis of team interpreting performance videos will engage in a panel discussion and will reflect on their preparation sessions, identify factors that contributed to their decisions, and discuss their own observations about the implications of their decisions. Post by Street Leverage. [fts facebook page id=711977698845218 posts_displayed=everyone type=pag


Sign Language Interpreters: A Big StreetLeverage Thank You!

It is surreal to me that this month marks the 12th month that StreetLeverage has been working to amplify the voice of the sign language interpreter. As my mind races in review of the last year, I find myself incredibly grateful for the many people who have encouraged, supported, and contributed to this labor of