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  1. 1. Caroline Wolf ASL/English Interpreter 14418 Greenleaf St. Sherman Oaks CA, 91423 (818) 517-2769 EXPERIENCE California State University, ​Northridge — ​Intern Interpreter February 2016 - May 2016 ● Accrued 125 hours of team interpreting with certified interpreters in various subjects and classroom settings. ● Debrief with mentors about interpretations of English to ASL, ASL to English and transliteration. ● Analyze personal work and receive constructive feedback from mentors. ● Adhere to NAD/RID Code of Professional Conduct and standard practice. ● Experience working from ASL into spoken English in Deaf Studies Lecture Classes California State University, ​Northridge — ​Pre-Intern Interpreter September 2015 - December 2016 ● Observed NIC certified interpreter’s work in various courses as well as their debrief session with their teams. ● Accrued 25+ hours of academic interpreting including English to ASL and ASL to English. ● Abide by NAD/RID Code of Professional Conduct and standard practice. Applied ethical decision making strategies. California State University, ​Northridge​​— ​Volunteer Interpreter August 2014 - May 2016 ● Over 125+ hours of experience in volunteer interpreting/transliterating on and off campus. ● Experience interpreting in various educational settings ● An intimate relationship with the Deaf Jewish community; experience interpreting in a multitude of Jewish settings including a Gallaudet SKILLS ASL/English Interpreting Transliteration AWARDS Dean’s List Fall 2013, Spring 2014 LANGUAGES English American Sign Language Hebrew
  2. 2. Hillel trip to Israel with an all Deaf student group (June 2015) ● Requested as an interpreter for several ongoing assignments on the University campus Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness, ​Glendale​​— Human Resources Intern July 2013 - August 2013 ● Prepared routine legal correspondence for attorney partners. ● Created, organized and maintained files, daily case notes and electronic databases. ● Verified that information in the computer system was up-to-date and accurate. Composed and typed routine letters of correspondence with Deaf consumers. ● Opened new claim files. Organized and maintained consumer documents and case files. EDUCATION California State University, ​Northridge — ​Deaf Studies Major, Jewish Studies Minor August 2012 - May 2016 ● Concentration: ASL Interpretation ● Graduate of the Interpreter Education Program ● Deaf Studies Association Member ● Dean’s List Fall 2013, Spring 2014 ● Teacher’s Assistant -Level 3 Interpreting Cohort (January 2016 - May 2016) COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ● Member of the CSUN Deaf Studies Association (August 2012 - May 2016) ● Attended Deaf events both on and off the CSUN campus ● Attended Interpreter Seminars and Workshops through the National Center on Deafness (NCOD)