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Communicating using sign language while missing fingers is like speaking with a lisp, Goshen College graduate Olivia Ginn explains
Goshen College’s ASL program is one of only a handful four-year, faith-based ASL programs in the country. When you factor in Goshen College’s focus on community involvement and international travel, you see that the Goshen College ASL program is one-of-a-kind.
Deaf, hearing, students, interpreters all came together for 24 hours of fun! The Voices off event began by showing the movie 'Audism Unveiled" games & an ice cream social followed. Saturday was packed with workshops,
April 18, 2015 Medical Interpreting: Meeting the Standard of Care & Religious Interpreting: A Call to Excellence. Daniel Burch ws flyer final Check out the flyer to see all the details. Dr. Daniel D. Burch is Vice President of Sign Language
College Mennonite, Deaf Christian Fellowship & the GC ASL Club came together to show the Super Deafy Movie on Oct. 25. We had a GREAT turn-out!
of GC interpreting students pass the written portion of the national certification exam
Number of weeks students spend completing their senior ASL internship
of graduates from the past 4 years who chose to work in the interpreting field found a job within 3 months of graduation
of graduates from the classes of 2013, 2014 and 2015 are employed in a job related to ASL