Deafdigest » Newsletter Gold

DeafDigest Gold – June 28, 2009

DeafDigest Gold - June 28, 2009

Gold edition            Barry Strassler, Editor - updated every Monday
America's Unique Deaf Stories; free subscription

serving the Deaf Community since 1996; 13th year

(to unsubscribe, please click on unsubscribe link
at bottom or go to )


ASL Videos of the Week:


Deaf Cartoon (Fogey) of the week:


Special Offer from ATT at the Harris-Wireless Store

Check out the many cellphones available from ATT at the 
Harris-Wireless Store. 

Order now and your activation fee from ATT will be 

Save up to $36! Don't miss this limited time offer to 
save---offer ends June 29, 2009.

*Offer applies to qualifying new or upgrade lines.

For more information, go to:

or contact us at


DeafDigest welcomes unique deafnews tips; do email:

sources of unique deafnews are never revealed; always


weekly DeafDigest Blue & Gold editions also posted at: (updated every Monday)


Four Deaf Cartoons (Fogeys) are shown every week on:

Go there to look at the latest Cartoon


Kramer Financial is a deaf financial services firm with representatives 
licensed and registered in 49 states and the District of Columbia.

It offers a wide array of services and products including:

Life Insurance
Long Term Care Insurance
Retirement Planning
Education Planning
Tax Planning
Estate Planning

Two office locations, four financial advisors, and four staff members - 
working together as ONE team to help you work toward your financial goals.

For further information or to make an appointment, click into

Kramer Financial
9099 Ridgefield Drive, Suite 101
Frederick, MD 21701

240-379-6908 VP/TTY
240-379-6929 voice

Securities and advisory services offered through FSC Securities 
Corporation, Member FINRA/SIPC, and a registered investment advisor. 
Kramer Financial is not affiliated with FSC Securities Corporation or 
registered  as a broker/dealer or investment advisor.


Refinance your adjustable rate mortgage into a low fixed-rate mortgage.

With today's fluctuating market now is the time to lock into a low fixed 
rate mortgage. Rates have recently dropped so if you have been worrying 
about your adjustable rate mortgage now is the time to lock in a low fixed 

Call us for a quick mortgage review to see if it makes sense to refinance.

Kramer Financial
240-379-6908 (TTY/VP)
240-379-6929 (V)


Use Hamilton Web Relay? along with a locally-based, 10-digit
Hamilton 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 and click on the

"Make & Receive Calls Now" icon to check it out.


Wireless IP-Relay for BlackBerry TM, go to:


>>> Crystal clear VRS right on your PC + free webcam <<<
Try i711 VRS and see how clear your VRS calls can be.
Plus, get a free webcam ($40 value!) for a limited time.
Visit to sign up today.


New AT&T Instant Message Relay

Register and obtain a 10-digit number to receive calls 
directly from your friends and family



Frustrated with poor videophone quality, bulky videophones,
and unreliable video relay services?

Get the Z, and you'll never be disappointed again!

With three sleek versions of The Z videophone offered by CSDVRS,
you'll get nothing but the very best in videophone technology
and video relay services quality. Order your The Z TODAY!

For more information, visit

CSDVRS is the clear choice for top-notch video relay services,
with 24/7 access to certified, qualified video interpreters.

Dial to make your call today!


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


weekly DeafDigest Blue & Gold editions also posted at: (updated every Monday)


News of the Week

   President Obama has issued many directives
lately. One such directive is to help Americans
with disabilities, with respect to housing,
community supports and independent living
   DeafDigest assumes Obama has the deaf in mind
when he stresses support for the disabled. 


   Does Spain discriminate against the deaf?
A DeafDigest subscriber was watching TVE
(Spanish National TV) on her DirectTV and
learned much to her horror that:

- a deaf person cannot go on a cruise because
of his deafness. "Security reasons" was the
excuse the cruise line spokesperson said

- that the deaf cannot vote during last week's
European Union elections 


   In Pakistan, deaf individuals who could be able
to send many messages per day via their cell phones,
may not be able to do so any more.
   Cell phone carriers would normally give discounts 
for deaf users of cell phones. This practice may
be stopped because of a hefty tax increase. Would
the deaf be willing to send out pages if they have
to pay more?


   The city of Houston, in Texas, lacks basic services
for the deaf. This is what the deaf community is saying
and they have staged a protest in front of city hall
last week.


   Whats' the update on the digital TV changeover?
Said a deaf media pro:

We Deaf people get good quality video on our videophones 
while hearing people have trouble hearing each other and 
need technology like this


   The Gallaudet University athletic department
has an another opening. It is for Football Coordinator/
Assistant Head Track Coach.
   This is in addition to the continued posting of
Assistant Head Football Coach / Strength &  Conditioning
   Both are full time positions. If you are interested in
either position, please scroll all the way down to the
Employment Ads section in the Blue edition, not in this


For postings, announcements and employment ad rates,
please email


weekly DeafDigest Blue & Gold editions also posted at:

updated every Monday



Feel safe and secure in your home with the Lifetone HL Bedside
Fire Alarm and Clock.

This product meets the new national fire codes that take place
starting this June.

It detects a regular fire alarm up to 75 feet away plus alerts
a sleeping person with a 520 Hz square-wave alarm and powerful
bed shaker.

Call now at 1-800-233-9130 (V/TTY) or visit us online at: for details (Use code WCID609).

For a copy of our catalog, email your request to

WCI. Your Single Source for Assistive Technology



   We all know that Alexander Graham Bell won the patent
for the first telephone. We also know that he married
a deaf woman, was interested in the oral education of
the deaf, and that the AgBell was named after him.
   What would have happened if he did not win the 
telephone patent? Bell raced against another man, Elisha
Gray for the first telephone patent. Bell arrived at the
US Patents Office, beating Gray by a few minutes in 1876!
   Elisha Gray Association for the Deaf? No way, Gray
was not interested in the deaf. Bell was!

- for ASL News version, please click on:

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

   Do we know of any taxi drivers that are deaf?
We have heard of a few deaf drivers that drove
taxis for a short time before quitting.
   The best taxi drivers in the world live in
New York City. These taxi drivers drive like
a wild man in very heavy traffic.
   There was a deaf man who drove a taxi cab
in New York City for eight years. He then quit
to become a printer. That was a long time ago,
way back in 1950's.

- for ASL News version, please click on:

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

   Kodak has stopped production of the beloved
Kodachrome film. 
   Today's deaf filmmakers have it easy; they
will know quickly if their digital film shots
came out good or bad. If bad, they can re-shoot
a scene to make it perfect.
   Not always that so many years ago. Ernest
Marshall, a deaf filmmaker with a few deaf
16mm films to his credit, was not so lucky.
   He would shoot deaf film scenes with his
16mm movie camera with Kodachrome film. And
then send the film to a lab for processing.
   Time involved in mailing and processing would
often take weeks. If the scene was bad, he had
to edit it out or accept it as is - or even
worse, to recall the deaf actors for a retake,
forcing them to remember their lines!


(revised posting, June 21st)

Professional Workshops Offered in Sign Language

Discounted Rates Still Apply...  REGISTER TODAY!

10% Off  -- Single Registration
20% Off  -- Register with a Friend or Co-worker
30% Off  -- Register with TWO Friends or Co-workers
Featured Summer Workshops:

Adobe Flash CS4 -- June 22-26, 2009

Basic Workplace Correspondence  -- June 22-26, 2009

Microsoft Office 2007: A Professional Approach -- July 13-17, 2009

Adobe Acrobat 9 Professional[LINK] -- July 13-17, 2009

PHP 6 and MySQL 5 -- July 13-17, 2009

PC Assembly, Maintenance, and Repair -- July 13-17, 2009

Intro to Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) -- July 15-17, 2009

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt  -- August 10-14

Migrating from 2D CAD to 3D CAD using Revit Architecture  -- August 17-21

DiiT provides up-to-the-minute technical training in an all sign 
environment. Workshop participants get the benefit of direct interaction 
with the instructors without the need for interpreters that most professional
workshops require.  All workshops are held at the National Technical Institute 
for the Deaf at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York.  
To register for any of the workshops listed below, download a Workshop 
Registration Form by visiting 
or call 585-475-7545 (Voice or TTY). 

For more information, visit the DiiT Web site at
or contact the project director, Donna Lange at 
or 585-475-5620 (Voice or TTY).


   We, the deaf, have became deaf because of different
   One of the reasons is a rare type of deafness
called Sudden Deafness Syndrome. DeafDigest editor
knows of few deaf individuals who lost their hearing
that way. They would go to bed at night as a hearing
person and then wake up in the morning as a deaf
   Or even beginning a telephone call as a hearing
person and ending the call as a deaf person.
   This syndrome is rare. Very few people become
deaf that way.

   Def Leppard, not deaf, is a British rocker with
a band with popular songs.
   His original name was Deaf Leopard. In a recent
interview he was asked if he would put "a" back into
   He said:

Well, that's a good point. If it would have happened, 
it would have happened a long time ago.

   Is he saying he will never lose his hearing
despite his constant exposure to rock music?

   At Gallaudet and at NTID/RIT social life among the
deaf is no problem. There are many deaf students around
to choose friends and to mingle with them. To a lesser
extent, it is possible at CSUN, where approximately
200 deaf students attend classes.
   What about other colleges? Many colleges have small
numbers of deaf students; it may be as few as 2 or 3
or as many as 25.
   Let us take Hobart and Smith Colleges located in
Geneva, NY, which is a small town. How many deaf
students, if any, attend that college? And would
these deaf students find social opportunities in
a small town?

   Do elevators talk? Well, at a hotel in Watkins
Glen, NY, the elevators will beep and then tell us
that you are standing too close to the door and for
you to move away from it.
   Yes, a deaf person would not know that the elevator
talks. Only way we would know would be a captioned
read out display mounted on the elevator wall. Such
devices do not exist, just yet.

   An interpreter told DeafDigest that it is a compliment
when no one thanks her at the end of the interpreting
   She said it used to bother her when no one thanked
her after her assignments. But the more she thought
about it, lack of thanks is actually a compliment!


(series to be run on a weekly basis until list of
tales run out)

I moved to a new state, leaving my old job as a driver
for one Domino's Pizza place, but took my Domino's uniform
with me. I went to the new Domino's place at the new location
and asked the manager for an application form. I took
the application form and left the shop. I then went to
my car to fill out the application form, and at the same
time changed into the Domino's uniform and gave the
manager the filled-out application form. The shocked
manager then hired me on the spot and asked me to work
the evening shift the same day. It was a local high
school's prom night which helped me earn high tips!

If you are a former Deaf Pizza Driver and have an
interesting tale, please share it with:


For postings, announcements and employment ad rates, please

for Special Notes, please go to the bottom of this



a newspaper said:

the boy became a deaf-mute because of an accident

Huh! Before the accident, this hearing boy could
talk normally. Is the newspaper saying that the
boy, after the accident, lost both his hearing
and his ability to talk?


31st World's Largest ASL Silent Weekend in 2010
Signing Greeting Cards
ASL and Interpreting DVDs

Registration for this year's 30th Silent Weekend is closed
with over 600 attending.  The venue for the June 24-27,
2010 event will handle 700-1000 participants and include a
medical interpreting track.  Novice, beginning, intermediate
and advanced ASL and ITP students, as well as interpreters

(CEUs) will have around 150 hours of seminars to choose from.

The 31st Silent Weekend is at the Florida Hotel at the Florida
Mall in Orlando with its huge food court allowing you to have
a complete meal for $5.99 instead of paying $20-30 at other
conferences' hotel prices.  The room costs are even lower next
year ... just $105 with free parking and unlimited free

Students and professionals seeking to improve their skills can
bring family members and they can take novice sign language
classes for just $89 per person!

There will be group registration opportunities online after
July 1 at  There are simply no other local,
regional or national conferences offering you so many hours
of classes as inexpensively as the Silent Weekends.  Just
check them out!

Final details will be online beginning in August but the cost

per person may be as low as $149 per person and exhibit tables
at $150.

Sign language DVDs are available online at -
A brand new DVD "When 'Duck' is not Enough" to show you how to
represent inanimate objects is now available.

The 8th Florida/Alaska Motorcycle Charity Run for deaf babies
is scheduled July 1-26, 2009.

See for updates and photos.
These trips will take place every year so why not make plans
to join us now in 2009?

Please browse our selection of signing greeting cards at:


Hot DeafNews boring, but important!

   Iberia Airlines has learned its lesson - do not ever
kick out deaf passengers from their flights because of
their deafness.
   They were ordered to pay damages to three deaf


DeafLibrary Page of the Week

Using interpreters - tips

Bonnie Lyn Barker, Amanda Lujan, Lena Stavely & Sarah 
Patterson collaborated on a neat article on how should
the hearing, as well as the deaf, use our interpreters.

This article was featured in the most recent edition of
the New Mexico Progress, a magazine published by the New 
Mexico School for the Deaf. School superintendent Ron
Stern gave DeafDigest permission to reprint this article.

DeafDigest editor has read many, many articles regarding
the use of interpreters, and this article is the best

(on a rotating basis, a different DeafLibrary Page topic 
will be featured every week) 


Deaf Picture of the Week:

ASL-signing or just gesturing?

The picture was hung on the walls of the Women's Rights
National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, NY. For some
reason DeafDigest editor was fascinated by the picture.

Was the woman speaker signing in ASL or was she gesturing?

You decide.


Question of the week:

Q. at the museum on the grounds of the Women's Rights 
National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, NY, a question
was posted in one exhibit booth. It asked, of women:

what do you want to be?

- president of USA
- carpenter
- firefighter
- surgeon
- park ranger
- computer operator

A. We have many deaf carpenters, some deaf volunteer
firefighters (limited roles in fighting fires),
few deaf physicians, but not sure if any of them
are surgeons, a few deaf park rangers and many
deaf computer operators. We do not, however, have
a deaf president!

send your questions to

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


Wish List of the Week:

the same museum (see Question of the week above)
stressed that there should be equal pay for equal work
and also of pay equity. The wish is that equal pay for
equal work and of pay equity applies to all deaf
individuals that have all kinds of jobs in USA.


DeafHistory - Looking Back:

four deaf women have been inducted into the
National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, NY, 

these women are:

- Helen Keller, who needs no introduction to us
- Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girls Scouts
- Ruth Fulton Benedict - famous anthropologist
- Anne Jump Cannon - astronomer  


Deaf and the Money:

value of gold ore - $250.00

there is a hard of hearing man panning for gold in the
many waterfalls areas in the Watkins Glen State Park
in New York. He showed DeafDigest editor some gold ore
pieces and said each ore, that he calls it 'New York
gold' is valued at $250.00 on the market. He said that
when he takes off his hearing aid glasses, he is very
deaf but when he puts it on, he is very hard of hearing!


DeafNumbers of the Week:

a few deaf students in the Elmira/Watkins Glen
area attend Rochester School for the Deaf.

This was the comment made by a teacher of a special
education program in the Watkins Glen, NY area.
She was moonlighting at her summer job with
a Watkins Glen souvenir store. She formerly
taught at St Mary's School for the Deaf before
transferring to her present teaching position.


DeafDigest Sports

to read weekly summary on deafsports, click on:

DeafDigest Sports is a no-cost subscription available only for DeafDigest 
subscribers; e-mail

there is no web page postings with DeafDigest Sports;
you have to subscribe to keep up with deafsports!



* on a per-subscriber basis, the DeafDigest ad rates are the
  best in the nation.

* For more information, send E-mail to


opening positions
- Middle School Supervisor
- Supervisor: Director of Programming
The Learning Center for the Deaf
Framingham, MA        

- Middle School Supervisor

The Educational Supervisor provides leadership and supervision 
to promote the effective teaching and learning of students 
and staff.

Graduate degree in the Education of the Deaf or related field,
Licensure as a Teacher of Deaf or related licensure field.
Demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills.
Possess leadership skills and mature judgment with the ability 
to demonstrate creativity and initiative.
Minimum of five years of teaching experience.
Previous supervisory experience preferred.

- Supervisor: Director of Programming

Functions and Responsibilities:

Oversees and supervises educational programming which is designed 
to prepare students to meet the educational standards established 
by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Provides educational leadership to meet student's individual needs
and determine class assignments for students.

Provides direct supervision in the performance of all teachers and
teacher aides in his/her department through classroom observations
and regularly scheduled meetings.

Implements disciplinary actions, when necessary.
Ensures effective collaboration with families, LEA's  and other
representative agencies.

Works collaboratively with TLC specialists and clinicians.

Oversees the development of each student's IEP goals, objectives and
progress reports.

Ensures effective collaboration among all members of the department.

Works with the educational team  in his/her department to ensure that
all TLC policies and procedures are followed.

Assists in developing and maintaining partnerships with the
Framingham Public Schools to ensure effective mainstream programming
when applicable.

Develops and maintains a budget for the department and secures
appropriate and necessary materials for teaching/learning.

Ensures sensitivity to cultural differences within the school

Benefits:  The Learning Center for the Deaf offers a comprehensive
package of employee benefits. The information contained below has
been prepared as a guide of general information about our benefits
program. Every effort has been made to make sure this summary is as
accurate as possible but from time to time, conditions or
circumstances may require management to change, amend, or delete
benefits. * Vacation Time * Holidays * Sick Leave * Retirement *
Short/long Term disability * Mass Buying Power * Tax Sheltered
Annuity * Dental Plan * Health Plan * Flexible Benefit Plan * Group
and Auto/Homeowners Insurance * Training * Daycare

Application procedure for either position:

Please send resume, cover letter and 3 references and/or letters or 
recommendation to: 

Lynn Marshall The
Learning Center for the Deaf 
848 Central Street 
Framingham, MA 01588 
FAX: 508.875.9203
School Web Site:


position announcement
Speech Language Pathologist
Tennessee School for the Deaf
Knoxville, Tennessee

Maximum Qualifications:
- Masters Degree in Speech and Hearing

- Tennessee Teacher License with endorsement
in Speech and Hearing K-12

Responsibilities include but not limited to:
- Group and Individual Therapy

- Maintaining and Using FM Equipment and/or
filtered amplification equipment

- Writing IEP goals and participating in three
year evaluations

- Diagnostic and Evaluation Reports

- Working as a team with other Speech Language
Pathologists and Audiologists

- Ability to work with K-12 students

Elaine Alexander
Director of Instruction
Tennessee School for the Deaf
2725 Island Home Blvd
Knoxville, Tennessee 37920

865-579-2428 FAX


open positions
The Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center
 on campus of Gallaudet University
Washington, DC

We are recruiting for these positions:

- Principal
- Manager, Planning and Organization Development
- Manager, Public Relations and Publications
- Audiologist
- Speech Language Pathologist
Please apply if you are interested in any of these positions. 

To apply, mail a resume and Gallaudet University job 
application form to: 

Gallaudet University 
Personnel Office
College Hall - Room 106
800 Florida Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002

Or Fax resume and Gallaudet University Employment job application 
to: 202-651-5344

Email address:

Any questions regarding to these positions, contact Personnel 
office at 202-651-5352

**For details on these vacancies, please click on this link:

Locate "Job Listing", click on "Professional Staff", and 
then click on specific position you are interested in.

Gallaudet University is an EOE/educational institution and does 
not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, national origin, 
religion, age, hearing status, disability, covered veteran 
status, marital status, personal appearance, gender orientation, 
family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, 
source of income, place of business or residence, pregnancy, 
childbirth, or any other unlawful basis.  

Employees and recruiting sources are encouraged to refer 
qualified individuals from protected classes for available 

Individuals who may have inquiries regarding the University's 
policy and procedures or who may wish to file a complaint 
should contact the University's EEO Office, Gallaudet University, 
800 Florida Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002-3695, 202-651-5075.


Job Announcements
Indiana School for the Deaf
Indianapolis, IN

The Indiana School for the Deaf currently has job 
openings/postings for the following positions:

                                        Job #   Closing Date
Educational Audiologist-Indiana School  564271  07/16/2009
Supv Teacher of the Deaf-Indiana School 564038  06/29/2009

Applicants must submit an Indiana State Application 
via the Indiana State Personnel website at:  

If you have any questions please contact Carole Morgan 
in our Human Resources Department via telephone
(317/920-6340 v/tty) or E-Mail:   

Mission Statement-The Indiana School for the Deaf Community 
promotes academic and social excellence for Deaf and
Hard of Hearing students through a Bilingual/Bicultural 

An EO Employer


position available
Therapist II (Signing)
Regional Mental Health Center
Lake County, Indiana

Masters degree in Social Work or related field. Must be able to use 
ASL to communicate with deaf clients. Ability to work with children, 
adolescents and adults. 

Practice offers individual, couples family and group therapy modalities. 

Minimum of two years of experience required. License preferred.

You May mail, fax, or e-mail your resume to:

Geminus Corporation
Attn: Recruiting                         
8400 Louisiana Street
Merrillville, IN 46410



Fax: 219-757-1810


Position Vacancy Notice
Total Communication/Auditory Oral Early Childhood
  Instructor of the Deaf and Hearing Impaired

Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind
position located at Nampa, Idaho

Begin Date:        August 2009

Nature of Work:        Develop and implement a continuum of educational 
activities for D/HH preschool age children; develop IEP goals and 
attend other meetings required for the delivery of educational 
services; teach one session of total communication and one session 
of auditory oral preschool; other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:        Idaho Standard Exceptional Child 
Certification with a Hearing Impaired Endorsement; Early Childhood 
Endorsement preferred; Experience teaching deaf children in Total 
Communication/Auditory Oral
Settings; Bachelor's degree required, Master?s degree preferred.

Salary:        Commensurate with education and experience.

Benefits: Comprehensive fringe benefit package included.

To Apply:        
Interested persons are to submit a letter of application, resume, 
official transcripts, copies of certification and three letters of 
recommendations to:

Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind
ATTN: Human Resources
1450 Main St
Gooding, ID  83330

Location:        Parkview Early Learning Center, Nampa, Idaho  
Closing Date:        Open until filled.

Successful candidate will be required to furnish a background check 
within three months of employment per Idaho Code 33-130.


Position Vacancy Notice
Department Chair: American Sign Language and Interpreting Education
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Rochester, NY

NTID is one of the eight colleges within Rochester Institute of 
Technology (RIT), a national center of educational excellence.  

It is located in Rochester, New York, which is home to a large and 
vibrant Deaf community and has been named as one of the top 100 
American cities in which to raise a family.  

The RIT community is diverse, dynamic, and excellence-driven.  
Within the college of NTID, the ASLIE department provides American 
Sign Language instruction to the university's faculty, staff, and 
students.  In addition, the ASLIE department educates students 
seeking a baccalaureate degree in the field of ASL/English 

Chair responsibilities, in addition to traditional faculty 
responsibilities, include: Provide strategic direction for the 
design, delivery, and on-going evaluation of curricula; manage the 
composition, evaluation, and development of the department's human 
resources; monitor budget and maintain departmentally-assigned 
resources; represent the department to internal RIT and NTID 
stakeholders as well as national stakeholders;  and provide 
programmatic and curricular leadership to a nationally recognized 
faculty in the fields of American Sign Language instruction and 
ASL/English Interpreting education.

Review of applications will begin Sept 30th and will continue until 
position is filled.

For a complete job description and to apply online, visit the RIT Career 

Candidate must be eligible to work in the United States

Rochester Institute of Technology is an EO/AA Employer.


position opening
Phoenix Day School for the Deaf
Phoenix, Arizona

to read position description and application procedures, 
please click on:


(updated 6/28/09 - revised posting)

position openings
Georgia School for the Deaf
Cave Spring, GA

for position descriptions and application procedures
please click on any of below:

- Assistant Director of Residential Services

- Residential Advisor

- Teacher (Blind/Deaf)

- Reading Content Specialist

- Substitute Teacher (P/T-Hourly)


(updated 6/28/09 - revised posting)

more position openings
Georgia School for the Deaf
Cave Spring, GA

for position descriptions and application procedures
please click on any of below:

- HS Math Teacher

- Teacher - Middle School Science

- Teacher - Reading Content Specialist


(updated June 28th)


 *  Job Developer/Interpreter - Anaheim, Pacoima, Santa Ana, CA

 *  Community Interpreter (Two positions open) - Los Angeles, CA

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

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

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

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



Special Notes:

Copyright 2009 by Barry Strassler, DeafDigest.

DeafDigest offers enjoyable and productive reading
both for subscribers and non-subscribers

a) DeafDigest requires credit with acknowledgement and/or reimbursement 
for articles that are reprinted elsewhere

b) DeafDigest reserves the right to revoke current subscriptions
or to refuse new subscription requests; those that fail
to observe e-etiquette may lead to subscription revocation

c) DeafDigest reserves the right to refuse unsolicited ads,
article submissions, and to withhold responses to incoming messages

d) DeafDigest reserves the right to edit submissions for
brevity and content

e) DeafDigest bears no responsibility for claims, accuracy and
legality of entire text contents and web links

f) DeafDigest does not endorse material, postings and web pages
and is not responsible for damages and consequences

g) DeafDigest is an independent e-newsletter, not affiliated
with any deaf organizations and deaf agencies

h) DeafDigest advertisers of products and services must adhere
to accepted business standards

i) DeafDigest subscription list is proprietary and is not shared with
others for marketing purposes

Comments are closed.