3 Sign Language Tutors Found Near Salem, OR



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Wendy V.

Sign Language Tutor

Puyallup, WA 98371

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 18 ratings

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Educational Sign Language Interpreter

I studied Sign language for 4 years at Seattle Central Community College and The American Sign Language Institute of Seattle. I have been an Educational Interpreter for 10 years and have my EIPA certification. Hello, I have been an Educational Sign Language Interpreter for 10 years now, interpreting mostly for secondary students in all subjects. I took two years of ASL at Seattle Central Community College and two years at The American Sign Language Institute of Seattle where I also took classes in deaf culture. While I was going to school I worked full time almost exclusively with [more]


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Kalen F.

Sign Language Tutor

Portland, OR 97215

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.98 44 ratings

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A Former College Teacher and Native Signer for ASL Tutoring

I have taught 2-3 ASL classes per semester for the past 4 years as well as intensive summer courses (72 hours within 5-6 weeks), and have logged more than 2,000 hours of teaching experience. I teach ASL 101, 102, Fingerspelling, and Creative Sign Language and use "Signing Naturally" (1988 and 2008 editions). I have taught ASL at College of the Canyons, Glendale Community College, Pasadena City College, John Burroughs High School, Upward Bound, and Northwest Academy. I taught American Sign Language at the community college level for 7 years, teaching 55 classes (more than 3700 hours) to at le [more]


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Kendell T.

Sign Language Tutor

Auburn, WA 98001

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Love deaf culture

I got exposed to sign language when I was at a young age. I remembered how to spell my name in sign language, and I got interested in sign language. When I was in high school, my school had a class for sign language. I more interested in the language. When I got into college I took classes, thinking that one day I would meet some deaf people. I became very passionate about the language. Sign language is good language to know because you don't know when you will meet some who is deaf. I have taken sign language levels 1-6. I have gone to light house church to talk to deaf people who put on a [more]