American Sign Language

Rogue first began studying American Sign Language at Durham Deaf Services January 2012. After a ten week program she volunteered for DDS’s March Break program and applied to George Brown College for their American Sign Language and Deaf Studies program. She made the Dean’s List and graduated the ADSP program April 2013. Having been accepted into the ASL-English Interpreter program she continued her studies and graduated in 2016 receiving her Advanced Diploma in interpretation.

Click here for American Sign Language, translation and interpreting samples.

For rates and bookings please contact Rogue at booking@roguesigns.com

Education

American Sign Language - English Interpreter Program3 years
(2013-2016)
School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies,
George Brown College
American Sign Language and Deaf Studies Certificate Program1 year
(2012-2013)
School of Deaf and Deafblind Studies,
George Brown College
American Sign Language3 months
(2012)
Durham Deaf Services
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