Love 2 ASL Webinars Available

Love 2 ASL has a variety of webinars available (Interpreter Skill Enhancement Workshop, Legally Speaking, Medically Speaking, and more)

 

Buy 6 and get 2 free for 4.0 CEUs

 

Archived Videos Are Accessible Anytime!

Start/Stop anywhere to fit your busy schedule.

 

For more information and to register go to http://www.love2asl.com/archived_webinar_workshops/buy_2_or_more__get_1_free_click_here

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Author Talk with Willy Conley: The Deaf Heart

Join us Sunday, December 11, at 2 pm at the C. Burr Artz Public Library in Downtown Frederick for author Willy Conley’s talk about The Deaf Heart: A Novel. The book chronicles the humorous experiences of Max McCall, a deaf medical photographer in the hearing and deaf worlds.  Book signing to follow.

 C. Burr Artz Public Library

110 E Patrick St, Frederick, MD 21701

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An Evening in December

An Evening in December at McLean Bible Church in Tysons for Women of All Ages

Sunday, December 4 at 7:30p

Message by humorist Ellie Lofaro and Music for CCM artists Point of Grace

For more information visit http://jillshouse.org/

Interpreters will be provided

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FREE Power Hour Workshop

The National Alliance of Black Interpreters – DC is thrilled to announce their final Power Hour workshop for the year of 2016. This is a warm reminder to let you know that the workshop will be at Trinity Washington University. The Power Hour workshop will be presented by Michelle Banks teaching “What’s Facial Expression Got To Do With ASL!?”.

 

December 1, 2016

6:00P-7:00P

 

Trinity Washington University

Payden Academic Center

Room 103

125 Michigan Ave., NE

Washington, NE 20017

 

See http://www.naobidc.org/ for more information

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CEUs For Cheap

CYBER MONDAY: GET YOUR CEUs CHEAP

 

Check out more deals at http://www.signenhancers.com

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