American Sign Language - English Interpreter Preparation Program (AEIP)

American Sign Language - English Interpreter Preparation Program (AEIP)

JCCC's ASL/English Interpreter Preparation program is the beginning of a lifelong learning process and a bridge between the deaf community and the hearing world.


The two-year sequence of courses provides instruction and experience needed to interpret between visual American Sign Language and auditory English.

Students in the ASL/English Interpreter Preparation program learn new language skills, especially American Sign Language and fingerspelling. Comparisons are drawn between English and ASL, with emphasis on the development of interpretation skills.

How to Apply

Selective admission: You must meet certain criteria in order to apply for the ASL-English Interpreter Training program. 

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Faculty

Kenneth Clark
Adjunct Professor

Lori Earls
Adjunct Associate Professor

Sherry Gabel
Adjunct Associate Professor

Bonnie Goben
Adjunct Associate Professor

Brooke Groneman
Adjunct Professor

Matt Gwynn
Adjunct Associate Professor

Tamera Gynn
Adjunct Associate Professor

Kimberly Kuhns
Associate Professor

Darryl Luton
Professor/Co-chair

Heidi Storme
Adjunct Associate Professor

Stacey Storme
Professor/Co-chair

Ron Symansky
Professor