of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
Caitlin Ramsey Wolford, Coordinator for theShare The Knowledge, PCRID 2020 Annual Conference
PCRID Recognizes Caitlin Ramsey Wolford, founder of CORE Interpreters, for making a Significant Contribution and Impact in Mentorship in the Field of Sign Language Interpreting.
Thank you PCRID Annual
Applied Development LLC
Are you an interpreter seeing new opportunities? We want to hire interpreters committed to professionalism throughout the assignment, great customer service, and quality interpretation for our clients.
Community College of Baltimore County, Interpreter Preparation Program
Programs designed to prepare you for fluent ASL interpreting skills in a high paying, high demand field.
Check out their
Donated Deaf Art Wooden-Made Award, and 25 handmade gifts for volunteers. Value $500
Sponsored 10 BIPOC & Deaf Interpreter Mentees
Access Interpreting Inc. is known for having one of the best internship programs in the business.
We go above and beyond, challenge ourselves daily, and give and receive feedback openly. You can expect opportunities for professional growth and community engagement.
Nominate yourself for a position, or nominate a colleague and they will have the opportunity to accept or decline the nomination.
You will have the opportunity to nominate and volunteer for positions within the Executive Committee at the next PCRID Member Meeting.
The Update Meeting on MD Interpreter Licensing, where PCRID and MDAD Presented their annual reports on Saturday, December 5, 4:30PM will be made available on the https://tiny.cc.MDIL site.
We will also address the questions and comments from the survey. Thanks for your contribution and participation.
Acknowledging Black Lives Matter
PCRID stands with the Black community and others around the world with a commitment to end racism, violence, and injustice. We acknowledge the horrific events which have led to the outrage being expressed all around the U.S. and the world in response to a long history of not being listened to and actions not being taken to end police brutality and systemic oppression.
We PCRID acknowledge that power and privilege, together with explicit and implicit biases have resulted in inequities in the field of sign language interpreting. We acknowledge the impact to Black interpreters and to the Black Deaf community and stand with you— our community, colleagues, friends, and fellow humans— being a relentless demand that Black voices are heard, and Black lives are held vital.
PCRID Creating New Possibilities in 2020 & Beyond
View a message from 2019-2020 PCRID President, Traci Ison. (See ID & Transcript in the youtube video description)