[Text Description: CONSERVATION INTERPRETING; Online ASL workshop; Feb 2, 2023 7-9 PM EST; $20 | 0.2 CEU; Target audience: ASL interpreters in all levels; Learn about interpreting in the conservation corps field including how to prepare & pack, assignment types, history of Deaf conservation corps, partners, project types, and common terminologies used in the conservation field; Presented by: Sam Bragg & Wanda Krieger; RID CEU Sponsor of Maine is an approved RID CMP sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. This workshop is offered for 0.2 of CEUs in the Professional Studies area at the introductory Content Knowledge level; RID CEU Sponsor of Maine is committed to promoting an environment of mutual respect and does not discriminate based on hearing status, age, race, religious, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other factor; Registration: https://corpsthat.org/event/conservation-interpreting-workshop/; To request reasonable accommodation or cancellation policy, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Image Description: 2 small images on the top left are of RID and ACET logos; image on the right is a person wearing chaps and a hard hat leaning back while using a chainsaw on a tree in a forest; 2 small images bottom right are of CorpsTHAT and Trail Blazing Interpreter’s logos.]
Sam Bragg from CorpsTHAT and Wanda Krieger from Trail Blazing Interpreters are partnering up to provide an online workshop about interpreting in the conservation field.
We will be discussing the following topics:
This is the workshop for you if you are interested in enhancing your knowledge and skillset within the conservation field. After completing this 2-hour workshop, you will receive 0.2 CEU from MERID.
Wanda is a CODA and a nationally certified ASL interpreter hailed from Indiana. Her professional interpreting career began in 2015 where she worked in VRS and community jobs part time in Denver, CO. After joining the conservation corps as ASL interpreter and crew leader in summer of 2017, her career trajectory shifted and she was inspired to move to Washington, D.C. to pursue interpreting full time. Wanda established Trail Blazing Interpreters, an outdoor specialized ASL interpreting agency in 2021. In her free time Wanda enjoys making crochet blankets, training her cat, and doing as many outdoor activities as possible.
Sam is the seventh generation of a large, vibrant Deaf family in Maine’s great woods. After obtaining a Master’s degree in Outdoor Leadership from Saybrook University and National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), Sam joined CorpsTHAT’s team, intending to build a bridge to connect the Deaf community and the outdoors through education, recreation, and careers. Sam is passionate about creating equitable and inclusive spaces in the outdoors for Deaf and Hard of Hearing folks. During her free time, Sam enjoys climbing, trail running, skiing, and backpacking.