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DeafDigest Gold – September 18, 2011

DeafDigest Gold – September 18, 2011

Gold edition            Barry Strassler, Editor
http://deafdigest.com – updated every Monday

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Last week’s ASL Videos with captions:
http://deafdigest.com/videos/afraidofdeaf/
http://deafdigest.com/videos/bodylanguage/

This week’s ASL Videos with captions:
http://deafdigest.com/videos/desperateschools/
http://deafdigest.com/videos/airportfears/

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Latest Google Apps on the Nexus S[tm] 4G

The Nexus S[tm] 4G comes pre-installed with the best of Google apps, including Google Search, Google Maps with Navigation (Beta), Gmail, Google Earth and more.

Be the first to receive upgrades, features and new apps as they
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Offer ends 11/12/11. Other monthly charges apply.

Find the Nexus S[tm] 4G from Google[tm] at the Deaf Pager Store, the store with the devices and low-cost data plan only for deaf and hard of hearing people.

For more information, go to: http://bit.ly/DeafPagerStore_DDG091811

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Deaf Cartoon (Fogey) of the week:
http://deafdigest.com/category/comics/

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DeafDigest welcomes unique deafnews tips; mailto:barry@deafdigest.com

sources of unique deafnews are never revealed; always
anonymous

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weekly DeafDigest Blue & Gold editions also posted at:

http://deafdigest.com/ (updated every Monday)

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Four Deaf Cartoons (Fogeys) are shown every week on:
http://deafdigest.com/davideo.html

Go there to look at the latest Cartoon

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Dedicated to the inclusion of deaf and hard of hearing Americans
into today’s digital society, Project Endeavor, a program of CSD
(www.c-s-d.org), is a public investment made by the U.S. Government
as part of the Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Project Endeavor provides qualified individuals with access to high
speed internet through free video communications equipment and
discounted internet services.

In addition, numerous information and resources, including training
videos, are available on the Project Endeavor website.

To apply for discounted internet and free equipment or to learn from
our resources, check us out at:

http://www.projectendeavor.com

Contact us today!

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HomeTown Number[tm] to make and receive calls without the interruptions
that come from using instant messaging programs!  Don’t have a HomeTown
Number?

Register today and share your number with friends and colleagues!

Visit http://www.hamiltonrelay.com and click on the

“Make & Receive Calls Now” icon to check it out.

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AT&T INTRODUCES VL5

In April AT&T Video Relay Service launched VL5 for Mac, PC,
iPhone 4, iPod Touch, and iPad 2.

AT&T VRS partnered with Yellow Pages to provide new search
features in video calling.

The AT&T VL5 app for the iPhone 4, iPod Touch 4th Generation,
and iPad 2 allows Deaf and hard of hearing individuals to place
and receive VRS and Point-to-Point (P2P) calls – wherever WiFi
or mobile broadband is available.
The VL5 app includes one-click calling and direct access to
YPmobile.

Learn more about VL5 at:
http://www.att.com/vl5

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The Z offers the best in videophone technology, providing equipment
options to meet customers’ individual needs and offering features not
available through other VRS providers.

Professional, nationally certified interpreters follow standards of
service excellence above and beyond FCC requirements.

Dedicated to a spirit of innovation and commitment to excellence,
The Z continues to set the industry standard as the nation’s
premier VRS provider.

Go to http://www.zvrs.com for more information on all of our
products, services and features.

Don’t have a Z phone?

You can still join The Z Life by calling 888.888.1116 to connect
to ZVRS from any videophone!

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The DeafDigest is divided into Blue and Gold sections, both
ranked equal in contents, features and ads. This is the
Gold section.

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weekly DeafDigest Blue & Gold editions also posted at:

http://deafdigest.com (updated every Monday)

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– What the stories are saying about the deaf?

Nearly 200 deaf Filipinos stormed the chambers of the
House of Representatives to demand approval of two
sign language bills (one for the courts and the other
for TV news). This made the front page coverage in
Filipino newspapers.

Genevieve Barr, a deaf British actress, is playing
a hearing role in the BBC series, The Fades. It is her
first “hearing” role in her acting career. While playing
that hearing role, she uses her hearing aid.

– Very Hot News

Ken Lindberg, a past graduate of Minnesota Academy for
the Deaf, will be featured on the front page in the
January 2012 edition of the Rat Rod Magazine.

Rat Rod? DeafDigest editor never heard of it and visited
the site at:

http://www.peckerheadz.com/

It should be self explanatory

– Thursday September 15th

Employee Lydia Hannawi saved Alamo Colleges (Texas) $75,000 by suggesting that interpreting services be consolidated into one location instead of being scattered across the college’s campuses.

– Friday September 16th

Gallaudet University is going green, thanks to a grant
from the National Science Foundation. This grant will
help operate the Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center,
and Gallaudet is partnering with Washington State
University, Coppin State University, University of
Michigan and other scientific and educational groups.

– Saturday September 17th

There are many group protests in Greece, protesting
the government’s financial bailout plans. One such
protesting group is the deaf group. They were protesting
the cutbacks in state grants.

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Deaf Miscellaneous stuff:

Are there any deaf school football teams that have
marching bands? There is one – at Ohio School for
the Deaf. The members of the marching band come
from the Ohio School for the Blind and they perform at
a few games per season.

The marching band, on the deaf school football field,
was featured by the ESPN at:

http://espn.go.com/espn/story/_/id/6969144/rick-reilly-blind-marching-band

This video is not captioned, but there is a short clip on
football coach Bill Estes signing and his son Will interpreting

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A unique study abroad experience in France

The ASL program at the University of Rochester, New York, offers a unique study abroad experience in France in Summer 2012 for Deaf and hearing college-level ASL students and professionals.

This three-week program gives ASL users an opportunity to learn French Sign Language and French Deaf Culture in a formal
setting and further their understanding of the international Deaf World.

The deadline for application is April 13, 2012.

http://www.asl.rochester.edu/lsfsummer12.html

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7th Annual World Deaf Poker Tournament

Saturday, October 8, 2011

at

Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Hosted by Southern Nevada Silver Knights, a 501-C3 non profit
organization. All net proceeds go to Deaf Charities

more information on tournament and rules:
http://deafdigest.com/lasvegasdeafpoker/

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please email mailto:barry@deafdigest.com

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weekly DeafDigest Blue & Gold editions also posted at:

http://deafdigest.com

updated every Monday

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HEADING BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL

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For more information call 1-800-233-9130 (V/TTY) or online at
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THESE DESPERATE SMALL TOWN MAINSTREAMED PROGRAMS
We have a serious shortage of interpreters in mainstreamed
programs. And many interpreters do not want to work in small
towns.
And if the mainstreamed student only knows SEE or
Pidgin Signed English or Cued Speech and does not know
ASL, it makes things more desperate for these small town
mainstreamed programs.
It is much easier and much simpler to send these deaf
kids to state schools, but many districts won’t.
It is very sad.

– for ASL News version with captions, please visit http://deafdigest.com/videos/desperateschools/

(for your convenience, video links are posted on top
of each DeafDigest edition)

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Next Steps…2011 Conference Focusing on Infants and Toddlers with Hearing Loss and Their Families

Marlborough, Massachusetts

October 27-28, 2011

more information at:
http://deafdigest.com/nextsteps/

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DEAF NIGHTMARE AT ANY AIRPORT
Many of us love to travel and we know what to do when
we go to an airport. We are always looking carefully – at
visual displays, at clocks, at air carrier booths,
passenger scanners, etc.
What is our biggest fear? That our flight has been
re-routed to a different airport for some reason. And
that we arrive at a strange airport at 2 AM – and no
one is around to help us (car rentals or hotels or
transportation to downtown, no telephone booths, etc).
This is our nightmare.

– for ASL News version with captions, please visit:
http://deafdigest.com/videos/airportfears/

(for your convenience, video links are posted on top
of each DeafDigest edition)

A DEAF ADVOCATE DIFFERENT FROM OTHER DEAF ADVOCATES
There is a Deaf Advocate that operates differently
from other Deaf Advocates.
He advocates on Hearing Issues, not on Deaf
Issues!
Why? Because these Hearing Issues also impact
on all of us, the deaf.
Issues he has been involved with are:

– gerrymandering
– child support
– child custody
– no-text driving

And some others. He makes it a point to visit the offices
of key legislators that are into these issues. And he also
testifies, with interpreters, at state hearings. He knows
how the legislators operate, knows the twists, the angles,
the technicalities, etc.
That the NAD, AgBell, HLAA, Deaf Sports, and other national
organizations do not consult him for his expertise is a
crying shame! He mingles easily with the ASL deaf, the oral
deaf and the late-deafened.

A TOY RUN IN SOUTH DAKOTA
The Toy Run in Sturgis, South Dakota is a tradition
that is 28 years old. The purpose of this event is to
donate new toys for underprivileged children.
This event attracts bikers from everywhere in USA.
And there was a group of deaf bikers that showed up
in Sturgis and took part.

LOOKING BACK AT A PAST DEAFDIGEST VIDEO
(all videos are captioned)

http://deafdigest.com/videos/skee/

Do enjoy viewing that video! All videos,
old and new, are always captioned.

OUR ORGANIZATIONS SERVING THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
We have many, many organizations, international,
national and local that serve deaf and hard of hearing people.
One such organization is:

Nebraska Association of the Deaf

visit:
http://www.nead1902.org/

BULLYING AND THE DEAF?
The American Association of People with Disabilities
ran a piece titled “Bullying More Common Among Students With Disabilities.”
This article mentioned nothing about the deaf child,
just students with disabilities.
Should we assume that deaf students are bullied just
as much as hearing disabled students are?

AN EXCUSE FOR NOT WEARING A HEARING AID

I’m afraid to drop the hearing aid and break it

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For postings, announcements and employment ad rates, please
email mailto:barry@deafdigest.com

for Special Notes, please go to the bottom of this
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WHAT IS THAT SUPPOSED TO MEAN?

He is aurally handicapped

or

He is aurally challenged

simply means the same thing as deaf, so why use
a phrase that is harder to understand?

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customers needing assistance in writing informal or formal letters to
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33rd World’s Largest Silent Weekend / Interpreter Conference
June 28-July 1, 2012 in Orlando, Florida — 180 hours of classes
for interpreters, ASL & ITP teachers and students.

The Florida Hotel offers free parking (some conferences
charge up to $36 per day) and free in-room internet (some hotels
charge $12.95 per day).

The huge Florida Mall has an enormous food court offering
you complete meals for as little as $5.99 (some conference hotels
charge $8 just for a hot dog).

Frequent presenters include Peter Cook, Crom Saunders,
Trix Bruce, Keith Wann, Shannon Simon, and 20 other highly
regarded presenters.

There will be language-focused and interpreting-focused classes with
most having RID CEUs applied for.

Many vendors will have a huge variety of items available.  With many
classes having breaks hourly, there will be an exciting and dynamic
all-day flow of participants in the exhibit area.

See www.DrSign.com for more information and for
registration plus a video clip of last year’s Silent Weekend.
You can register for 2012 at only $149!

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ASL and Interpreting DVDs

Go to www.DrSign.com for DVDs for ASL students and
interpreters.  Over 30 titles include two brand new ones — Math
Signs and Science Signs by Shannon Simon!   Other DVDS include stories
in ASL, ASL grammar, songs, interpreter information, etc.

10th Annual Florida-Alaska Motorcycle Benefit Run

This is the World’s Longest Group Motorcycle Benefit
Run. Purpose of funds is to help families of deaf babies
served by SKIHI.  The 2011 trip will begin July 16, 2011.

See www.AlaskaBikeRun.com for daily videos!

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Hot DeafNews boring, but important!

The Hearing Journal, in its most recent edition, ran a piece
on how to train the deaf to understand sounds. An important
element in training is entertainment. Without entertainment,
deaf patients get bored and give up on training!

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Deaf Question of the Week:

Q. Do newspaper reporters know what they are writing about
when they write about a deaf person or about deafness?

A. Yes and no. There are some writers that are knowledgeable
whereas other writers may be totally clueless!

send your questions to mailto:barry@deafdigest.com

the most interesting questions may be answered in future DeafDigest editions. Thank you.

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Rene Pellerin’s corner: 

Frustrated about not being able to attend some events?  Do you need
transportation?

I am a very active member of the Deaf community and sometimes family
members are not available to transport me.

The State of Vermont Division of the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI)
and Vermont Vocational Rehabilitation services had a public hearing
on our state plan.

I went to testify about the need for SSP services and both attended
and explained in person and submitted in this need in writing.

Bingo!

DBVI has agreed to give us a grant to start SSP training!

Vermont Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (VCDHH} will be
responsible for implementing SSP services.

More info in the near future.  

Advocacy works!

Rene has started a new show business, focusing on
the Deaf-Blind.

You can email him at mailto:renegp@comcast.net

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Wish List of the Week:

That the state of North Carolina will fully fund the North
Carolina School for the Deaf and the Eastern North Carolina
School for the Deaf

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DeafHistory:

Year 1917 – a sample survey by the CAID — spell it out –
of 400 orally trained adults, disclosed that 375 of them
abandoned their oral skills after school years; and 100
of them were “oralists” because they were late deafened and
were able to retain their speaking skills

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DeafNumbers of the Week:

When researchers try to figure out how many deaf people live in
USA, what are their sources?

From the National Health Interview Survey and the Census.

Yet, no two researchers would agree on how many of us are
deaf!

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DeafLibrary Resources

if you are deaf and building a house, here are tips for making
it a Deaf House:

http://deafdigest.com/deaf-house/

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DeafDigest Sports

is at:
http://deafdigestsports.com

do visit that site to take a look for yourself

To subscribe, e-mail mailto:barry@deafdigest.com

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announces openings for
Community Inclusion Specialists
The American School for the Deaf
West Hartford, CT

Full-time and Part-Time available

The American School for the Deaf (ASD) is located on a 54 acre campus in West Hartford, Connecticut.  It is a residential and day program operating as a state-aided private school.  It was established in 1817 as the first permanent school for the deaf in America.

SCOPE OF DUTIES:
This position, under the supervision of the Adult Vocational Services Director, provides community living supports to a deaf individual with cognitive limitations and/or other additional disabilities.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must possess a High School Diploma. Familiarity with mental retardation and physical disabilities. Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.  Fluency in American Sign Language and/or manual communication system.  Driver’s license and personal car. Availability during evening hours and weekends is required.  Must be flexible in scheduling to meet client coverage needs.  In-state travel is required.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:
(a)    Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience.
(b)    Retirement, group health insurance, and other fringe benefits are available.

HOW TO APPLY:
You may download an application from our website:  http://www.asd-1817.org

Send resume and letter of application to: Human Resources American School for the Deaf
139 North Main Street
West Hartford, CT  06107-1269

FAX:  (860) 570-1832

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Positions Available Texas School for the Deaf
Austin, TX

http://www.tsd.jobs

Texas School for the Deaf is the oldest continuously operating publicly funded school in Texas. Since 1857, over 10,000 students have graced the halls of TSD and have contributed to our standing as a leader in deaf education. It is our educational excellence, our belief in a culture and community that embraces deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing individuals alike, and our commitment to helping each child reach his or her potential that drives our mission to provide an environment where deaf and hard of hearing children can learn, grow, and belong.

Texas School for the Deaf is currently recruiting to fill positions for the 2011-2012 school year. There are various positions available including Student Development Coordinator, Elementary Teacher, Audiologist, Speech/Language Pathologist, Interpreter, and Nurse. To view the job postings for these positions and all the positions we have available, visit our website at www.tsd.jobs. Positions include full State benefits including paid vacation, sick leave, health insurance, holidays, longevity pay, and retirement plan.

About Austin: Austin is consistently voted one of the country’s best cities to live, work, and play. Austin is also included in top-10 lists of healthiest cities, best vacation destinations, best big cities, most educated cities, top rated cities, and the list continues. Between its low cost of living and zero state income tax, Austinites have the benefit of big-city living with small-city costs.

TSD is an EEO employer.

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Job Announcement
Executive Director
Knoxville Center of the Deaf (KCD)
Knoxville, TN

Job Announcement: Knoxville Center of the Deaf (KCD) is seeking an Executive Director. KCD a growing organization based in Knoxville, TN, with 11 full-time staff, a 15-member Board of Directors, 30 freelance interpreters, and over 250 deaf community members and volunteers dedicated to providing interpreting services, advocacy and community/outreach programs for Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing, Deaf-Blind in Eastern Tennessee.

For more information: http://www.kcdtn.org

job description at:
http://deafdigest.com/kcdtn/

Annual Salary $50,000 – $70,000 commensurate with qualifications and experience

Send Resume, Letter of Interest and two letters of recommendation to:

KCD Executive Director Search
C/O Teressa Gregory
410 Taliwa Drive
Knoxville, TN 37920

AND/OR
via email at: mailto:kcdboard@kcdtn.org

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position opening
Maryland Relay Captioned Telephone Outreach Coordinator Hamilton Relay Services
Staffed in Baltimore, MD

Hamilton Relay Services Division in Maryland currently has a full time position open for Captioned Telephone Outreach Coordinator

Position summary:  Position is responsible for coordinating and implementing outreach activities with the goal of expanding awareness and use of Captioned Telephone Service. Individual will devote 100% of their time to Maryland Relay and is required to travel throughout the state of Maryland.

Preferred education, experience and skills:

Knowledge of:
–    Effective communication and public outreach techniques.
–    Knowledge of and ability to understand various communication modes used by current and potential relay users.
–    Demonstratable knowledge of user groups who would benefit from Relay Service
–    Senior Citizens Community –    Hard of Hearing Community

Skill in:
–    Organizing outreach and educational campaigns.
–    Public speaking and confidently communicating verbally to a wide variety of audiences.
–    Excellent presentations skills
–    Strong analytical and interpersonal skills.

Ability to:
–    Maintain effective working relationships with Maryland Relay TAM office, non-profit and for profit partners, the public, state government and other agencies.
–    Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
–    Plan, schedule and organize multiple priorities and a high volume of work while meeting deadlines.

Education and Experience: –    Completion of Associate or Bachelor’s Degree or comparable work experience. Direct work experience with a Telecommunications Relay Service or Captioned Telephone Service preferred. –    Experience in public relations activities.
–    Hold a valid driver’s license. –    Captioned Telephone users are encouraged to apply

Interested individuals may apply online at: http://www.WorkForHamilton.com or contact our Corporate HR office at 800.821.1831 by September 15, 2011.

We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, age, national origin or disability.

Hamilton Relay, Inc. is a division of Hamilton Telecommunications based in Aurora, NE. Hamilton offers a competitive wage and company benefits.

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Job Advertisement
Executive Director
New Mexico Commission for Deaf & Hard of Hearing
Albuquerque, NM

more information at:
http://deafdigest.com/nmcommiss/

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position opening
Client Advocate
Hearing Speech & Deafness Center
Seattle, WA

more information at:
http://deafdigest.com/hsdcadvocate/

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2 immediate openings
Certified Rehabilitation Counselors
Georgia Department of Labor, Vocational Rehabilitation Program Deafness Unit
positions in Dalton, GA & Dublin, GA

more information at:
http://deafdigest.com/georgiavrjobs/

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position openings
The Learning Center for the Deaf
Framingham, MA

– Overnight Residential Counselor (Boys Dorm)
http://deafdigest.com/tlc-orc/

– Residential Counselor (Boys Dorm)
http://deafdigest.com/tlc-rc/

If you are interested in any of the above positions, please send cover letter, resume, 3 written references and employment application form to:

Lynn Marshall
Personnel Coordinator
The Learning Center for the Deaf
848 Central Street,
Framingham, MA 01701

or email: Inquiries@tlcdeaf.org

The Learning Center for the Deaf is an EOE

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– EXCITING EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS AT GLAD !! –

*  Director of LIFESIGNS – Los Angeles
*  Regional Director – Cypress (OCDEAF)
*  Staff Interpreter  – Los Angeles

To learn more about the above positions at GLAD, please go
to our website:

http://www.gladinc.org

If interested for any of these positions then please submit resume
and application to:

Jeff Fetterman
Human Resources Manager
Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness, Inc.
2222 Laverna Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90041

V/TDD:  (323) 550-4207
Fax #:  (323) 550-4204

E-mail: mailto:jfetterman@gladinc.org

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