River East Transconna School Division is looking for an ASL/English interpreter/tutor for Salisbury Morse Place School. Click here for more information and to view official job posting.
American Sign Language (ASL) – English Interpreter/Tutor
Salisbury Morse Place School
6.5 hours per day Effective Sept. 8/15-June 30/16*
*Contingent upon enrolment/funding
Job Summary: To facilitate learning and communication among deaf and hard of hearing Continue reading
ASL/English Interpreter Needed.
5th Annual overnight discovery camp for children/youth who are Deaf and/or hard of hearing.
Please click here for official Job posting and additional information
Location: Camp Douglas located 40 Minutes from Winnipeg on Highway #6
Camp Discovery requires interpreters for Society for Manitobans with Disabilities overnight camp for Deaf & Hard of Hearing children and youth.
Campers will participate in recreational experiences, team-building exercises, and educational opportunities.
Salary: 1,300.00-$1,800.00 depending on level of experience; this amount is a flat rate. Continue reading
Join us Monday June 8th following the MAVLI board meeting to review the motions as they stand and express your opinions about how you want your votes cast.
If you are unable to attend, please get your proxy form filled here.
Online proxy forms must be submitted by 6:00pm PT on Thursday, June 18, 2015. As per AVLIC bylaws, online proxy forms submitted after June 18, 2015, 6:00pm PT will not be recognized.
Weeklong Workshop from 9am-4pm
July 6-10 @Manitoba School for the Deaf
Tentative Topics: Fingerspelling, ASL semantics, Classifiers, NMM, ASL Expression.
Cost: $250 Early Bird by June 5th. $275 After June 5th.
Registration form: MAVLI ASL IMMERSION 2015 REGISTRATION FORM
Here is an FAQ Interpreter Immersion document that outlines the menu plan and further details.
Completed forms can be mailed to:
P.O. Box 68056
Hello members! The date for the 2016 Annual General Meeting has been set.
Saturday March 19th 2016.
Mark your calendars. Details and proxy registration to come.
GRADUATION CLASS OF 2015 WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND FOR INVESTING IN OUR FUTURE.
We couldn’t have done it without your patience, your knowledge, your persistence and support. This BBQ is just a small token of our gratitude. Please join us to celebrate everyone in the Deaf community, Teachers, Interpreters, Tutors, and Mentors.
*Bring your own lawn chair.