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I have had a passion for asl for a very long time. The main goal has always been to become an asl interpreter. I took a break from college and now I’d like to return to pursue my career with asl. I am in New York and none of my local colleges offer those courses that I need to take in person so now I’ve been trying to find something online but haven’t had much success with this either. If anyone has any colleges in mind (for online classes) that may help or even a different path to fulfill my dream I am all ears. If you took the time to read this I really appreciate it. ❤️

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