Category: Community News
RID Professional Dev Policy Announcement
The RID discovered some interpreters taking overlapping virtual workshops for CEU’s.
Abolition of the Pre-CDI Knowledge Exam Prep Req
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.
A Message from RID’s new CEO
Source: https://rid.org/june-29-ceo-message/ Hello, I’m Star Grieser and I’m RID’s new CEO. I recognize that I’m coming in during a time where a lot is happening; a lot of changes within our organization. I want to first thank RID Board President, Dr. Jonathan Webb. Last year he came to me after seeing my work with CASLI […]
Branton Stewart DMAL Message of Resignation Support
Jonathan Webb announces resignation from RID Board
Can you believe it? Shawn, no longer taking care of business for NIS? If she wasn’t the face of NIS for 24 years, she was certainly, for hundreds of vendors and customers, the voice! Shawn is smart, humble, even-keel, steady, honest, compassionate, and could navigate all elements of the business. She also became everyone’s go-to […]
Numbers Workshop – Eric Lynn / UT RID / Video Delivered
Summary: Numbers- by Eric Lynn Understanding numbers is essential when it comes to interpreting. We use them everyday. In this 4 part workshop we will dive deep into numbers; deeper than you thought possible. This is a 4 part workshop series. Each session is 2 hours long. For a total of 0.8 CEUs/8CEHs possible! You […]
Client seeking volunteer ASL interpreting service in San Diego
Client seeking volunteer ASL interpreting for 2 dates: 1) Date: SATURDAY JANUARY 18, 2020 Time: 3 PM – 7:00 PM Location: Sunroad Marina Pavillon Address: 955 Harbor Island Drive San Diego, Ca. 92101 Situation: Volunteer Appreciation party and 2) Date: SATURDAY JANUARY 25, 2020 Time: 9:30am-2pm Location: Sunroad Marina Address: […]
Msg from Tara Potterveld / Deaf Legal Rights: Need your help, NOW!
Deaf Legal Rights: Need your help, NOW! Comment before Feb. 12. California is proposing a new rule of court that does not include Deaf people. Currently, California provides certified interpreters to Deaf people in court. But often the court orders people to complete classes and programs provided by private agencies outside of the court. If a […]