For Zoom meetings involving several participants, it is important to grant both the Deaf participants and the Interpreters the authority to multi-pin. You do not need to make them co-host to accomplish this. You can click on “Participants”, find their name, click/hover on the name, find the 3 dots “…” click, and select “Allow Multi-Pin”. […]
Hi everyone, As many of you know, I have been saying I’m 99.9% retired for the past couple of years. Now, the time has come to make that a full 100% retired. Cliff has graciously invited me to say a few words here. Thanks, Cliff! Now, the hard part: How do I find the words […]
Job Title: Staff Interpreter (ASL) Location: Boise, ID Salary: BOE Hours: Mon-Fri adhering roughly to K-12 site schedule Job Summary We are seeking a highly skilled American Sign Language (ASL) Staff Interpreter to join our team. This position involves providing interpreter coverage in situations where contractors are unavailable. The ASL Staff Interpreter will be responsible […]
If you are a vendor or supplier receiving payments from Network Interpreting Service, please note that these payments will now be processed through a new third-party platform with which we have partnered, named Plooto. All communications related to the payment, including remittance advice, will be sent from their system. Therefore, ensure you whitelist plooto.com in […]
The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf announced their intention to sell of their building in Alexandria Virginia today.
The RID discovered some interpreters taking overlapping virtual workshops for CEU’s.
RID has decided to level the playing field and not require hopeful CDI applicants to go through 40 hours of formalized prep work before sitting for the written portion of the certification examination.