ASL VRS Interpreter Evaluator. So far, I love it.
It's basically the exact same thing I've done for many years of tutoring ASL to students - assessing their signing expressive and receptive skills and for those who were or are studying to become an ASL interpreter - assessing their interpreting and listening/voicing skills as well.
I evaluate potential ASL Interpreters who wants to work for Convo Relay in Washington, California and I think soon next to Texas. The evaluations only takes about a half hour and it can be all done through a video-phone or a web-cam.
I'm honored to be on their team and look forward to assisting this exciting new company that is Deaf owned and has mostly Deaf staff and interpreters who love their jobs. How great is that?!
Since I'll be a lot more busier than usual this winter term - I ask any new ASL students to schedule way in advance to get the best time slots that fits best to our schedules.
May everyone have a happy Thanks Giving holy day this year - I know I am thankful for this fantastic opportunity.