AMESF-DP American Sign Language-English Interpretation

Employment Potential

The demand for ASL-English interpreters continues to grow across Canada. Interpreters work in a variety of settings with a variety of people.

Graduates are employed by interpreter referral agencies, video relay centres, or work as freelance interpreters in many areas, such as 

  • Medical and legal professions
  • Employment services
  • Government
  • Mental health
  • Recreation
  • Religious settings
  • The performing arts
  • Educational settings, both K-12 and post-secondary
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