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Students score with American Sign Language interpreting practice

Update | Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Columbus State Interpreter Education Program students had the privilege of practicing their American Sign Language interpreting skills on February 8 at the Columbus Blue Jackets (CBJ) Deaf Awareness Night. CBJ partnered with Deaf Services Center, The Ohio School for the Deaf, and Columbus State Community College’s Interpreter Education Program for a fun, inclusive, and accessible evening out. The students were interpreting all evening under the supervision of their instructors.

Pictured, standing, left to right: Tina Perry, instructor; Diane Mardis; Aubrey Seidle; Greer Davidson; Sara Yurkovic, instructor; Krista Shrock; and Louis Ricciardi, instructor. Kneeling, Katey Narcross, left, and Montanna Stanley. The students and faculty who attended the Blue Jackets game.

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