Trilingual Interpreting Survey!

Gallaudet University Regional Interpreter Education Center
New Survey for Trilingual Sign Language Interpreters

Are you a trilingual interpreter who uses Spanish/English and ASL?
Do you have tow or more years of active experience working in trilingual settings?
If so, we invite you to participate in a survey focusing on trilingual interpreting — the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for successful interpreting.
The survey is being conducted by the National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers.
Additional information about the survey

Survey Icon The National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers (NCIEC) has established a National Trilingual Interpreting Task Force to further the trilingual interpreting profession. The overall goal of the Task Force on Trilingual Interpreting is to increase the number of qualified interpreters able to interpret between English, American Sign Language (ASL) and Spanish by enhancing leadership, determine effective practices around trilingual interpreting, and providing educational opportunities and related resources. A critical component is the identification of the competencies and skills needed to successfully interpret in trilingual settings. one method for doing this identification is through conducting surveys.


We hope that you will read the attached invitational letter which contains the survey link, then participate in the survey, and distribute this information to other interested interpreters.


Initial Invitational letter – English

Initial Invitational letter – Spanish


For further information, please contact Beverly Hollrah –

Gallaudet University Regional Interpreter Education Center
800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002
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