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Applicants much be enrolled in an interpreter education program and demonstrate skill in transliterating and interpreting (ASL to ENG & ENG to ASL).
Applicants must be organized, flexible, personable, able to work with a variety of personalities, resourceful, and professional in both dress and demeanor. Interns will be exposed to the following:
- How the Office of Disability Services functions
- Work under the guidance of WOU interpreters
- Experience a variety of assignments
- Interact and network with a variety of interpreters
- Supportive environment
Internships take place Spring Term every year for 10 weeks (typically starting the end of March). Check the academic calendar to see start date for Spring Term.
Once the Office of Disability Services (ODS) receives your application items, an ODS staff member will contact you to schedule an interview.