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DeafDigest – 10 June 2012

DeafDigest Gold – June 10, 2012

Gold edition            Barry Strassler, Editor – updated every Monday

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Serving the Deaf Community since 1996; 16th year

Last week’s ASL Videos with captions

This week’s ASL Videos with captions:


New HTC EVO(tm) 4G LTE at the Deaf Pager Store

The new HTC EVO(tm) 4G LTE is a 4G LTE Android phone that has a gorgeous
4.7″ HD display that will allow you to take, view and send images and
videos with the amazing 8.0 MP camera featuring instant capture.
With a 1.5GHz Dual Core processor and kickstand, watch videos hands-free
on the ultra-fast 4G LTE network.

The HTC EVO(tm) 4G LTE is priced at $199.99, after $350 Instant Savings.
Eligible upgrade (or new line activation), on a Sprint Relay Store Data
Only plan, Premium Data add-on and two-year Agreement. Other monthly
charges apply.

*Sprint 4G LTE network is expected in midyear 2012 in limited markets,
on select devices.  Until 4G LTE coverage is available, you’ll enjoy 3G
coverage nationwide.

Find the HTC EVO(tm) 4G LTE 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:


Deaf Cartoon (Fogey) of the week:


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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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– DeafDigest editor’s favorite Old Fogey

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Old Fogeys carried
in DeafDigest, here is one of DeafDigest editor’s favorite
Old Fogeys. It is a favorite because of the folly of
some school systems forcing oralism instead of teaching proper grammatical rules.

do visit it at:

– What the stories are saying about the deaf?

Michael Sybert, a deaf student at North Posey HS in
Indiana, takes vocational training classes, especially with
masonry and bricklaying. It is in masonry where his
skills are the strongest. It had led him to championships
in the district and state Skills USA championships.
He will be moving on to the nationals real soon.

We have known of the adage that if you cannot find a job,
then go into business for yourself. Most job-seeking
deaf individuals don’t go the business route but a few do.
One of them is Angkie Yudistia, West Jakarta, Indonesia.
No one would hire her, and even more so, the two that hired
her, immediately fired her upon learning of her deafness.
Her qualifications are impressive – bachelor’s degree in communications and master’s degree in marketing communications.
And she was a nominee for the Most Fearless Female by
Cosmopolitan Indonesia magazine and a finalist for
West Jakarta’s Abang None pageant. And also published a
book. Still, no one would hire her – so she set out and
founded her own company – Thisable Enterprise which
connects corporate social responsibility with disabled
individuals. It is a new enterprise that she is currently
putting her energies behind it.

– Very Hot News

There is a 37.5 percent spike in job discrimination
claims by deaf clients during the past three months. This is what the RAD Deaf Law Centre in United Kingdom is saying.

– Thursday June 7th

Alexander Graham Bell devised the telephone in 1876, supposedly because he thought it would help
the deaf to hear better. It didn’t – until the first
TTY machine came up in 1964.

And now this – there was a story going around that
the Internet was invented in 1934! Belgian engineer
Paul Otlet played around with the wires between the
telephone and the TV in hopes of sending messages
back and forth everywhere. It “sort of” worked but
it was so primitive that no one seriously pursued this
idea at that time.

Suppose it really worked, it could have tremendously
helped Deaf Communications at that time. Unfortunately
we had to wait decades later for something that worked
(TTY, internet).

– Friday June 8th

The Finnish Association of the Deaf is saying that up to 20 percent of the deaf adults are unemployed and blames employers for discriminating against deaf job applicants.

– Saturday June 9th

Goodwill, which hires the deaf, and the disabled, at their
sheltered workshops, has been accused of paying these
people wages below the minimum wages as dictated by federal law. While there is a minimum wage law, the some organizations
are allowed to pay these people as little as $1.00 per hour!


Deaf Miscellaneous stuff:

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Job Opportunities with Gallaudet University Athletics

Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Department: Athletics Department
Job Number: HR-12060
Date Posted: 6/4/2012
Salary Range: $56,300 to $101,200

Status: Accepting applications

Administers a competitive men’s basketball program that emphasizes
integrity and the educational welfare of its student-athletes, and strives
for excellence within the University’s mission; coordinates recruitment; prepares
reports; serves as spokesperson for the needs and interests of all male
athletes; participates in program and budget planning to assure that men’s athletic
programs are fully integrated in the overall athletics program; develops
athletic event schedules; advises and assists the director with general operations
of the department; and represents the athletic department and attends
meetings in the absence of the director.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required and four years related
experience. (Significant playing and/or coaching experience in the field
may be considered.)

Significant coaching experience required. Thorough knowledge and
understanding of NCAA and NEAC guidelines required. Demonstrated skills in
developing and motivating students both athletically and academically.
Strong commitment to the values of a liberal arts education and an understanding
of teacher/coach model in a NCAA Division III athletics program. American Sign
Language skills required.

To apply:


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Want to learn a new language in a deaf-friendly on-line context?

Gallaudet University is pleased to announce to the deaf community
the availability this fall of “Basic French I”.

For a descriptive flyer, navigate to:


Which is better – work with deaf (deaf school or
deaf agency) or work with hearing?
Deaf employees that work with deaf are stuck with
rumors, gossip and angry talk.
Deaf employees that work with hearing know nothing
about rumors, gossip and angry talk – unless hearing
tell deaf about it. Many times hearing don’t share
with deaf.
Which is better? You decide!

– for ASL News version with captions, please visit:

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


2012 National Symposium on Healthcare Interpreting
July 22-25, 2012
St. Catherine University, St. Paul, MN

more information at: national symposium deaf healthcare interpreting/


There are many hearing people that use right
gestures to communicate with the deaf. But there
are also many other hearing people that “over-gesture”!
Do we hate it when hearing people over-gesture
with us?
Guess so.

– for ASL News version with captions, please visit:

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


SayWhatClub Convention
Salt Lake City, Utah
August 15-18, 2012

more information at:


What is our #1 priority? Is it captions in movie houses?
Or is it more interpreters? Or is it better education for
deaf children? Or is it employment opportunities?
A deaf activist in Australia raised this issue. DeafDigest
editor has heard these complaints among some deaf American
activists – that the deaf community do not know what the
priorities are – and that their #1 priority is movie house

A deaf attorney, looking back at his law school days, had to
deal with frustration.
He said that in some classes there were no interpreters or
CART. At that time CART operators were tied up with depositions
and had no time for law school CART work.
He got around it by taking night classes – because depositions
took place in the daytime, making CART available at night!
Times have changed!

(video with captions)

Do enjoy viewing that video!


Detroit Association of the Deaf



I have trouble hearing people talking on the telephone


For postings, announcements and employment ad rates, please

for Special Notes, please go to the bottom of this



he is an Honorary deaf person

as if he is a hearing person, but fully accepted
into the Deaf Community?

…………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………..

Deaf Question of the Week:

Q. I heard that a CI implant will cure deaf individuals
suffering from tinnitus. Is it true?

A. In some cases, yes; in other cases no.

send your questions to

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


Rene Pellerin’s corner:

Hearing or Deaf Interpreters?

When we, the Deaf-Blind, need interpreter services, we face a decision whether to use Deaf or hearing interpreters.

It all comes to the type of event and personal needs.

For me, when I attend events that are all hearing, I typically use hearing interpreters.

When I attend Deaf events, I often use Deaf interpreters.

In some situations, I use both Deaf and hearing interpreters! (Half & Half)

So, for each situation or event, the Deaf-Blind consumer and interpreter referral agency needs to evaluate the event to schedule appropriate interpreter services.

Our fellow Deaf community members should still come up and talk with us one to one!

Interpreters, thank you for your valuable services!

Rene’s show business is now entering its 2nd year and it
focuses on the Deaf-Blind.

You can email him at


Wish List of the Week:

Arkansas just implemented its Smart911 emergency response
system. This is supposed to be of big help to the deaf.

This being said, the wish is that every state will also
implement Smart911 emergency response system, effective



Year 1990 – Senator Tom Harkin pushed hard for the ADA to
become a law, after seeing his deaf brother deal with
discrimination all his life. He did not want the deaf to
face the same thing.


DeafNumbers of the Week:

Thomas Edison

won nearly 1,100 patents

his goal was as follows:
one minor patent every 10 days
one major patent every 6 months

at his research lab “invention factory” he had 20 full time scientists and craftsmen
working on different inventions at the same time!


DeafLibrary Resources

added to the list of elected deaf public officials is
Charles Lemmond (Dedicated last week in DeafDigest)


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open positions
Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind
Colorado Springs, CO

CSDB invites you to consider our employment opportunities. The official job announcement for TEACHER OF THE DEAF may be found on CSDB’s website: under Non-Classified Employment.

Applications are being accepted for current and future vacancies for the 2012-13 school year in all instructional areas, including but not limited to all core content areas (Elementary Education; English/Language Arts; Science; Mathematics, Social Studies).

Positions open until filled; salary based on appropriate education and experience; excellent benefits; all interviews conducted on-site at CSDB.

Please follow the instructions on the job announcement to submit a complete on-line application and upload documentation.  Contact Information:

Chelle Lutz
33 North Institute Street
Colorado Springs, CO  80903

Phone:  719-578-2114
Fax:    719-578-2239


(revised posting)

many open positions
The Learning Center for the Deaf
Framingham, MA

Classroom Assistant – Summer Session (Pre-K)

Substitute Teacher (On-Call)

Substitute Classroom Assistant (On-Call)

Residential Counselor (Girls & Boys Dorm)

Overnight Residential Counselor (Girls Dorm)

Child Care Worker – Overnight (Walden School)

Child Care Worker – Residential (Walden School)

ILS Specialist (Walden School)

Recreational Specialist (Walden School)

Relief Worker – Child Care Worker Substitutes (Walden School)

Teacher (Walden School)

Family Partner (Wraparound Program)

Therapeutic Mentor (Wraparound Program)

Head & Assistant Coaches

Submit resume online at or email to

Please include a complete application packet which includes a cover letter, resume, application (found on website) as well as three references and/or three letters of recommendation.

HR Department
The Learning Center for the Deaf
848 Central Street
Framingham, MA 01701


open positions
PAHrtners Deaf Services
Glenside, PA

PAHrtners Deaf Services is a dynamic team of behavioral health
professionals serving Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and adults.
We take great pride that our program is strongly Deaf/HOH centered
with about 85% of our staff being Deaf or Hard of Hearing.  Our staff
environment is one of incredible teamwork and mutual support.  As a
result, we are rapidly growing with new programs and expansions of
our existing programs.  Whether you are a high school graduate,
recent college graduate or have many years’ experience in the field
of human services we have a career building position waiting for
you!  E.O.E.

PAHrtners is looking for dedicated, motivated, energetic individuals
who are fluent in American Sign Language and knowledgeable about Deaf
Culture and the Deaf Community to fill the following positions:

– RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM DIRECTOR: (Full time position) The qualified
candidate shall possess: HS Diploma and 5 years of Mental Health
direct care experience, fluency in ASL, knowledge of Deaf Culture.
Excellent writing and communication skills required.
Responsibilities: Day to day management and supervision of
residential setting for deaf adults with mental illness and
behavioral health concerns.  Supervision of direct care staff,
development of residential programming and staff schedules, planning
and leading staff meetings, coordinate staff trainings, manage petty
cash and consumer funds, coordinate consumer services with
internal/outside agency providers and families, conduct consumer and
staff interviews, complete monthly reports, service plans and staff
evaluations, follow up with physical and psychiatric medical

– INTENSIVE CASE MANAGERS: (Full time position) This position provides
resources and support to clients and their families who reside in the
community.  Duties: Responsibilities include assessing services needs
of consumers, primarily children, to insure continuum of care;
develop service plans; independent living skills instructions,
advocate for access to public & private services and programs such as
medical, vocational and other services. Qualifications: BA/BS degree
in a Human Services field preferred; or High school diploma & 12
credit hours in human/social science with 2 years mental health
direct care experience. Must have strong organizational skills;
fluency in ASL, familiarity with other visual communication modes and
language levels. Must be willing to work some evenings and weekends
as needed and travel various areas in the community. Knowledge of
laws governing the rights of Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals
including IDEA and ADA a plus; and must have a valid driver’s

position) This position provides therapeutic and psycho-educational
workshops and group sessions for consumers who are deaf.  The
qualified candidate shall possess:  BA in psychology, counseling or
any other human services field; must have 2 years’ experience with
individuals with mental illness and/or mental retardation including
treatment planning and progress notes; advanced fluency in ASL
required; must be innovative, creative and be able to work in a team
environment.  Duties:  Develop, coordinate and provide
group/individual therapy for wellness maintenance and
psycho-educational workshops.

– RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS: (various positions available) This position
provides direct client services including encouraging client
independence in areas such as skills in daily living and community
integration.  Duties: Provide supported living and training to Deaf
consumers with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities
living in the community; promote consumers’ independence and social
relationships. Positions open for weekend and evening shifts.
Qualifications:  HS + 1 year related experience; valid drivers’
license; advanced fluency in ASL; demonstrated competency in
independent living skills; ability to teach, advise and motivate Deaf
Consumers; strong interpersonal skills.

Send your letter of intent and resumes to:
Linda Claypool, Office Manager/HR
PAHrtners Deaf Services, 614 N. Easton Road, Glenside, PA 19038

Email:  Fax: 215-884-6301


Job description
Client Support Specialist
position located in San Jose, CA

DCARA has a full-time non-exempt job opening for the position of Client Supports Specialist at the DCARA  San Jose office.  This position provides a wide range of peer counseling, community education, workshops and advocacy on behalf of the diverse Deaf and Hard of Hearing community in the Santa Clara County area.  The position reports to the Director of Client Support Services.

–    Provide the following services:  peer counseling, advocacy, communication assistance, independent living skills, information & referral and community education.
–    Ensure completion of intake paperwork, Individual Services Plans, statistical information and monthly reports. –    Work with the Director of Client Support Services to develop linkages and working relationships with governmental and community-based organization/agencies in the city of San Jose and Santa Clara County that provide services to the Deaf community, as well as other agencies primarily serving deaf community.
–    Represents DCARA and/or the deaf community at meetings and community events.
–     Provide Deaf culture sensitivity trainings or  other related presentations at locations outside  the office or conduct home visits as needed; must be able to arrange for own transportation.
–    Coordinate special projects as delegated by the Director of Client Support Services.

Required Skills
–    BA degree in Social Services, Deaf Studies or related fields; OR 3 years of documented experience working in service provision to the Deaf Community or work in a human services setting.
–    Fluent in American Sign Language & fully knowledgeable of Deaf Culture
–    Knowledge of relevant issues associated with the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Late Deafened community.
–    Experience with PC including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
–    Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
–    Ability to work independently, as well as a team player.
–    Ability to work with people from a variety of racial, economic, linguistic and cultural backgrounds.

Desired Skills
–    Master’s degree desired

Salary & Benefits
Salary is negotiable dependent on education and experience. DCARA offers 12 days of holiday leave plus paid winter holiday, full medical, dental, vision and life insurance benefits.

Deadline:  Friday June 8, 2012

Application Procedure:
Send DCARA application ( under “About”/”Jobs”), cover letter, resume & three references via mail, email or fax to:

Human Resources/DCARA Headquarters
14895 East 14th Street, Suite 200
San Leandro, CA. 94578

Fax: 510.483.2526

DCARA is an At-Will and Equal Opportunity Employer.


position openings
Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.
Alexandria, Virginia

Current RID National Office Openings:

– Certification & Education Specialist: Certification and Education Specialist supports the daily operations of the organization pertaining to the certification and education department, which is responsible for exam administration and certification maintenance. Certification and Education Specialist provides administrative and operational support to the director, managers and the department.

– Controller: Controller manager overall accounting operations for the national office, to include the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records, and a comprehensive set of controls and budgets. Controller ensures compliance with generally accepted accounting principles. Controller assures financial plans are consistent with organizational goals and strategic plan.

Please e-mail any questions about current job postings at RID to


Recruiting teachers
Louisiana School for the Deaf
Baton Rouge, LA

La School for the Deaf is recruiting Teachers for the 2012/2013 school year

For more details and to submit applications go to:

For assistance call 225-757-3213.


position opening
Mental Health Clinician – Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services
St. Cloud, Minnesota

$22.18 to $32.69 per hour ($46,312 to $68,257 per year)

We are seeking a mental health clinician to provide culturally
affirmative mental health services to deaf, deafblind, and hard of
hearing consumers living in St. Cloud, MN and Central Minnesota. The
ideal candidate will have a Master’s Degree in a behavioral health
field such as counseling, psychology, or social work; be licensed or
licensed-eligible as a mental health professional (LPC, LPCC, LP,
LICSW or LMFT) in State of Minnesota; be fluent in ASL; and have
extensive experience in mental health counseling including knowledge
of clinical/crisis interventions and psychiatric medications.
Minnesota is a great place to live and work offering the best of both
large metropolitan areas as well as small town charm. In addition to
a rewarding career we offer an excellent benefit and compensation
package. To learn more about how you can make a difference, please
send your resume to Dr. John Gournaris at


RIT Faculty posting form
Rochester Institute of Technology, National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Rochester, NY

Job Title/Rank: Instructional/Support Faculty
IRC57319 Department: NTID Arts and Imaging Studies
Job Category: Faculty, Non-Tenure Track

The Arts and Imaging Studies Department at NTID is seeking to fill a full-time 9.5-month lecturer/instructor position with an individual whose particular strengths are focused on a variety of technical and aesthetic aspects of photography.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to teaching and/or tutoring all aspects of:

– Digital photography technology and processes
– Professional photographic illustration: Advertising, Photojournalism, Fine Arts
– Biomedical photographic illustration
– Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom

Provide academic advising, tutorial support, direct instruction in the NTID Arts & Imaging Studies associate degree programs, career/placement information, and develop tutorial aids for a variety of content areas relating to photography. Facilitate application and transfer processes of deaf and hard of hearing students interested in obtaining a bachelor’s degree and/or master’s degree in the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences (CIAS).

For more information and to apply, visit: – Faculty search for IRC57319.

RIT promotes and values diversity, pluralism and inclusion in the work place. RIT provides equal opportunity to all qualified individuals and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, age, marital status, gender, religion, gender orientations, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, veteran status or disability in its hiring, admissions, educational programs and activities.

The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding RIT’s non-discrimination policies: Judy Bender, Assistant Vice President, Human Resources, 5002 Eastman Hall, 585-475-4315.  Kevin McDonald, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, Title IX Coordinator, 7048 Eastman Hall, 585-475-6795

For further information, you may contact the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, at: for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.


Job Description
Technical Support Representative
Purple Communications, Inc
headquarters in Rocklin, CA

(some travel to company, customer and vendor sites, some out of

Brief summary of duties:
This position works with customers on an outbound and inbound basis, helping them resolve any issues they may have related to using Purple products. This position works under minimal supervision.
Areas of Responsibility: Provides top level technical support for all inbound callers. Responsible for gathering data on both satisfied and dissatisfied customers and will work with other Purple teams to bring any customer issues to resolution. Uses technical skills and consultative style to demonstrate to potential customers how and why product/services suit the end user’s needs better than competitor’s products.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
– Knowledge of PC and MAC operating systems and iOS and Android
– Video conferencing technical knowledge (i.e. h.323, SIP, h.263, h.264)
– Proficient with all videophones and mobile VRS application on the market
– Resolve complex network, router and firewall support
– 2 years of technical troubleshooting experience with emphasis on customer satisfaction
– Requires the ability to stay on track and meet daily production goals.
– Requires an energetic and outgoing person
– Must be friendly, empathetic, a good team player, quick thinker and be able to multi-task effectively
– Ability to communicate and interact with various customers via VideoPhone
– Good English skills and ASL fluency are required.
Physical Requirements Employees may experience the following physical demands for extended periods of time:
– Sitting, standing and walking (95-100%)
– Keyboarding (40-60%)
– Viewing computer monitor, videophone, and pager requiring close vision (40-60%)

Work Environment: Work is performed in a business office environment. Some travel to company, customer and vendor sites, including some that are out of state may be required.

To apply, contact:

Laura Waterhouse
HR Coordinator
Purple Communications, Inc.
916.367.4917 Office
AIM:  LauraWPurple


An Invitation to Apply for the Position of President
Willie Ross School for the Deaf
Longmeadow, MA

Founded by parents -providing excellence in education one child at a time.

The Willie Ross School for the Deaf (WRSD) seeks an inspirational and energetic President to shape the next stage of growth for this distinctive organization. The President will provide direction to the School and serve as its public face, leading advocate, and operational steward. S/he will build on the momentum created by a dedicated board, veteran staff, and the outgoing President, Dr. Louis Abbate, who will be stepping down in 2013 after 28 years in the role. The ideal candidate will be an experienced educational or nonprofit leader and strong communicator with a deep commitment to the needs of deaf children and their families. This is an outstanding opportunity to lead a school with a reputation for innovation that aims to provide for the evolving intellectual, social, and emotional needs of each and every student.

Located in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, WRSD is a private school that was founded in 1967 by parents who wanted a day school option for their deaf children. With a model that allows students to learn at its Longmeadow Campus as well as in East Longmeadow public schools, WRSD is a pioneer in the mainstreaming of deaf students. Its simultaneous communication model – combining English-based sign language with spoken language – underscores the school’s prioritization of individual student needs above any particular approach or philosophy. WRSD continues to expand its offerings in order to be as responsive as possible to its student body. In addition to its campus-based programs, WRSD offers an array of audiological and educational services to students in 20 communities in Central and Western Massachusetts. With its educational partnership model, the School has become a national thought leader in deaf education and stands poised to take the next step in its evolution.

The President reports to the Board of Trustees and oversees a school that enrolls 63 students and reaches about 200 more through its outreach division. The 48-person WRSD staff includes four senior administrators, faculty, interpreters, audiologists, counselors, and speech therapists. The ideal candidate will have senior leadership experience at an institution with a focus on educating students with special needs. S/he should be experienced in reaching out to community leaders, policy makers, parents, and educational experts. S/he should have a passion for educating children and possess strong entrepreneurial instincts.

WRSD has retained the national executive search firm Isaacson, Miller to assist in this recruitment. All inquiries, nominations/referrals, and resumes with cover letters, should be sent electronically and in confidence to:

Sheryl Ash, Vice President & Director
Greg Esposito, Senior Associate
Isaacson, Miller
263 Summer St., Boston, MA 02210


Willie Ross School for the Deaf is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from individuals who contribute to its diversity.


position opening Rehabilitation Counselor for the Deaf
State of Georgia
Macon, GA



faculty position posting
Arts and Imaging Studies- Design
Instructional/Support Faculty
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, NY

Job Title/Rank: Instructional/Support Faculty
PC#: 0375 IRC55399
Department: Arts and Imaging Studies- Design
Job Category: Faculty, Non- Tenure Track
Starting Date: August 20, 2012

Subject to available funding.

The Arts and Imaging Studies Department at NTID is seeking to fill a
full-time 9.5-month lecturer/instructor position with an individual
whose particular strengths are focused on variety of technical and
aesthetic aspects of three-dimensional arts. Responsibilities
include, but not limited to teaching and/or tutoring all aspects of:

– Interior Design
– Industrial Design
– 3D Arts
– Foundations: Drawing, Two and Three-Dimensional Design
– Computer Aided Design/Drafting
– 3D Computer Modeling and Rendering

Provide academic advising, tutorial support, direct instruction in
the NTID Arts & Imaging Studies associate degree programs,
career/placement information, and develop tutorial aids for a variety
of content areas relating to art and design. Facilitate application
and transfer processes of deaf and hard of hearing students
interested in obtaining a bachelor’s degree and/or master’s degree in
the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences.

For more information and to apply, visit
Faculty search for IRC55399.



faculty position posting
Arts and Imaging Studies- Graphic Design
Instructional/Support Faculty
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, NY

Job Title/Rank: Instructional/Support Faculty
PC#: 0375 IRC55400
Department: Arts and Imaging Studies- Graphic Design
Job Category: Faculty, Non- Tenure Track
Starting Date: August 20, 2012

Subject to available funding.

The Arts and Imaging Studies Department at NTID is seeking to fill a
full-time 9.5-month lecturer/instructor position with an individual
whose particular strengths are focused on a variety of technical and
aesthetic aspects of graphic design for print and non-print media.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to teaching and/or
tutoring all aspects of:

– Graphic Design
– Media Arts & Technology
– Adobe Creative Suite applications: InDesign, Photoshop,
Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Acrobat

Provide academic advising, tutorial support, direct instruction in
the NTID Arts & Imaging Studies associate degree programs,
career/placement information, and develop tutorial aids for a variety
of content areas relating to art and design. Facilitate application
and transfer processes of deaf and hard of hearing students
interested in obtaining a bachelor’s degree and/or master’s degree in
the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences.

For more information and to apply, visit
Faculty search for IRC55400.




–  Staff Interpreter – Bakersfield, CA  (BGLAD)

–  Staff Interpreter – Los Angeles, CA

–  Staff Interpreter – Riverside, CA (CODIE)

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 Manager
Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness, Inc.
2222 Laverna Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90041

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



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