Lansing Community College

A Sign Language Interpreter is a person specially trained to facilitate communication between the d/Deaf, DeafBlind, Hardof Hearing and Hearing communities. Lansing Community College's Sign Language Interpreter Program prepares students to take the State of Michigan certification exam. Upon certification, LCC graduates may find employment in a variety of settings including, but not limited to, religious, Video Relay Centers, colleges and universities, public schools, and medical and legal institutions. Some of these settings will require additional training, endorsements, and assessments to secure employment.

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Jan Wed 18

LCC Scholarship Presentation

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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Center for Academic & Career Pathways
517-483-1999


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Between 2016 and 2026, jobs in interpreting and translating are expected to expand 17 percent, much faster than average.

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Sign Language Interpreter Program

Arts and Sciences Division

Gannon Building Room 1222
Phone: 517-483-5329

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