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  1. wordvalkyrie

    New to This Forum

    Hello, everyone! My name is Emma. I'm a Hearing college student living in Southern California, in my third year of studying American Sign Language and Deaf Culture. My interest in ASL and Deaf Culture began with a childhood fascination with Hellen Keller and her incredible life story. Though I was raised in a Hearing family, when I was very young my mother taught me to fingerspell and the ASL signs for the primary colors. However, she never extended my education further, and I eventually lost interest. Once I hit college, I was unsure about what I wanted to do and took ASL 1 to satisfy a humanities requirement for my General Education. My Deaf professor, Jamie, helped me to completely fall in love with the language; I came home raving about how beautiful and fun ASL was to learn and my parents encouraged me to do some research into careers in ASL. As soon as I realized I could major in it and make it a career by becoming an interpreter, I never looked back. Today, I am preparing to apply to transfer to California State University, Northridge to obtain my Bachelor's degree in Deaf Studies, with a concentration in ASL-English Interpretation. I also plan to become certified with the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. My eventual career goals are to work with Deaf children in mainstream schools or in hospitals. I truly believe that the number of interpreters available in health care and educational institutions in the United States is woefully low, and while I may not be able to change the world, I can definitely change the lives of the people I work with. I look forward to getting to know more of you in this community and learning more about Deaf Culture!
  2. Hi everyone! I'm a new member. I've checked out this place, and it's awesome! I tried to upload a picture but, there to big lol. I'll keep trying. Anyway, I know some ASL. Pretty vague huh, my apologies. Long story short, there was a accident I lost me long term memory, and my short term is iffy. There is a but in there I promise lol. I use to know ASL. For some reason I am connecting with signing. I mean I understand it for the most part. I want to continue at it. I'm hard of hearing and I have Minerese Disease. I'm open to making some friends and chatting. Please know I'm a very patient person, hope you are. Thanks for reading and hope to get some replies. EM 😊
  3. Alyssa Jordan Kelley Marshall

    Alyssa from Oklahoma

    Hi! My name is Alyssa and I want to learn Sign Language to meet new people and learn new words. Bye!
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