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Audrey Ramirez-Loudenback's


*Domains and Competencies from "Entry-to-Practice Compentencies" from University of Northern Colorado Do-It Center
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Presentations & Membership

Passing NIC Knowledge Test
Theory and Knowledge Domain
All of the competencies 1.1 - 1.9

RID Membership Card
Professionalism Domain
5.5 Demonstrate commitment to the interpreting profession by becoming a member of and participating in professional organizations and activites

Academic Excellence Showcase '08
Language Skills Domain
3.3 Demonstrate advanced and effective public speaking skills in both ASL and English

Conference of Interpreter Trainers Poster Presentation
Professionalism and Language Skills Domains
Both 3.5 and 5.5 (described above)

Continuums of Service Presentation
Professionalism and Language Skills Domain
Both 3.5 and 5.5 (described above)

In-Service Project for Ed. Settings
Theory and Knowledge Domain
1.5 Identify and discuss personal and professional demands that occur between interpreting and identify strategies leading to an effective interpretation.


Letters of Recommendation
Interpreting Program Application
Language Skills & Human Relations Domain
2.1 Demonstrate collegiality by showing respect and courtesy to colleagues, consumers, employers, and taking responsbility for one's work.
3.2 Demonstrate near-native like communicative competence and flexibility in one's second language by effectively communicating ina variety of routine personal and professional situations with native and non-native speakers of varying ages, race, gender, education, socio-economic status and ethnicity.

Community Service

Language Skill Domain
3.2 (described above)
Interpreting Skills Domain
4.1, 4.2, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6
Human Relation Domain
2.5 Collaborate with participants and team members in a manner that reflects appropriate cultural norms and professional standards during all phases of assignments and implement changes where appropriate and feasible.

Chesnut Lane
Language Skills Domain
3.2 (described above)
Human Relation Domain
2.3 Demonstrate respect for ASL, English and contact varieties of ASL by using cultural norms appropriate to each language while conversing and interpreting

2.4 Recognize and respect cultural differences among individuals by demonstrationg appopriate behavioural and communicative strategies both while conversing and while interpreting.

Alternative Break Trip to Montana

Human Relation Domain
2.1 (described above)


Professional Awards:

Diversity Scholarship Commitee Member
Human Relations Domain
2.4 (described above)

Disability Awarness Month Committee
Professionalism Domain
5.7 Demonstrate Awareness of community resources by identifying organizations and agencies that could or do serve D/deaf people.
Human Relation Domain
2.1 (described above)