News & Events
ASL Students and working interpreters came together for an afternoon of learning & fun. Thanks to Karen Horvath for giving us a behind the scenes looks at Educational Interpreting.
Meet Anna Latsha '14, a Goshen College ASL interpreting student who worked at an orphanage and school for deaf children in Peru.
Mia Engle is a senior ASL interpreting major who lived in Peru for three months in fall 2012. This op-ed originally appeared in the International Herald Tribune.
In spring 2014, five senior ASL majors left campus to go on internships around the country. They were Anna Latsha, working in Dallas, Texas; Stacy Wyse in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Rosa Wyse in Nashville, Tennessee; Christine Stubblefield in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Keyonna McCain in Greensboro, North Carolina.
of GC interpreting students pass the written portion of the national certification exam
Number of weeks students spend completing their senior ASL internship
of grads from the past 4 years who choose to work in the interpreting field found a job within 3 months of graduation
of graduates from the classes of 2013 and 2014 are employed in a job related to ASL
Program Director and Assistant Professor of ASL Interpreting
Assistant Professor of American Sign Language
Adjunct Professor of American Sign Language