Search for an Alexandria, VA Sign Language Tutor

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Sylvie S. ...I really enjoy tutoring and introducing people into the Deaf Community; it's a beautiful language and can be really fun to learn when you are matched with the right tutor. I have a curriculum and assignments already. The goal is set by the students, what they want the end result to be - whether it's communicating with a Deaf child, becoming an interpreter or just to learn a new language.
1 Subject: sign language
Brentwood, MD
Sophia S. ...I have been involved with voluntary work in the deaf community in Jamaica for the past six (6) years and enjoy doing it. Thank you for considering my application. Sophia I have worked as a Sign Language Interpreter for 3 years this includes Oral Interpreter for 1 year.
8 Subjects: including sign language, English, reading, study skills
Silver Spring, MD
Victoria O. ...American Sign Language is my primary language. Spoken English is secondary. My previous employment experience includes working at Rochester School for the Deaf and the National Technical Institute for the Deaf and Gallaudet University, both in which sign language was the primary language used among students and staff.
5 Subjects: including sign language, special needs, study skills, career development
Washington, DC
Michael D. ...I have 30 years of experience teaching students from Preschool age through Adults. I am also a Composer and Performer, blessed to have traveled abroad as both teacher and performer. If you are struggling with Theory, General Music concepts, composing or transcribing scores, I can easily assist you.
27 Subjects: including sign language, reading, public speaking, English
Upper Marlboro, MD
Michelle S. ...My name in Michelle. I am a working Deaf Interpreter, having graduated from an Interpreter Training Program. American Sign Language is an awesome language to learn, but also one that requires many hours of chatting and being involved in the Deaf community.
1 Subject: sign language
Dumfries, VA