Become an Interpreter
To be an interpreter requires intensive effort. Partnering with an agency should not be.
Join us in making connections that stick.
Since the 1980’s the perception of the abilities of Deaf and Hard-of-hearing people has taken a huge leap forward. The rigors of interpreter education has also taken a huge leap forward. What’s possible with technology has taken a quantum leap forward. Why not then the “broker” model serving sign language interpreters seeking to do their business with an agency?
Are you tired of suffering through the lack of legitimate transparency and the inability to represent yourself and your experience to those you will be working with?
If so, you are going to want to learn more about what we are doing to change all that.
I working with Linguabee. I feel like they always have my back anytime something happens. I also love how automated everything is and how empowering it is for the Deaf Community. I love getting emails saying I’ve been "favorited", it makes me feel appreciated.