Deaf Mentor Resume

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Lorie Steve

3929 Rose Avenue

New Orleans, LA 70171

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Job Objective To obtain a Deaf Mentor position that fully utilizes my experience and abilities.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Hands-on experience in training, education, and development of deaf clients
  • Profound knowledge of language acquisition techniques and American Sign Language principles
  • Outstanding knowledge of deaf culture and related community activities
  • Proficient in using computer, Microsoft Office software, and internet service
  • ?bility

  • to maintain confidentiality of client-related information, efficiently
  • Ability to finish and submit all required paperwork, accurately and on time

Professional Experience:

Deaf Mentor

Denver Public Schools, New Orleans, LA

August 2012 – Present

Responsibilities:

  • Taught ASL to deaf clients and interacted with them using ASL with materials and activities.
  • Monitored and helped deaf students with academic studies, in an efficient manner.
  • Conducted home visits and accompanied them to outdoor activities, as needed.
  • Prepared and provided students’ progress reports, on a monthly basis.
  • Educated and linked deaf clients and their families with appropriate community resources.
  • Established and maintained cordial relationships with parents, teachers, and language interpreters.

Deaf Mentor

ALSTOM, New Orleans, LA

May 2009 – July 2012

Responsibilities:

  • Visited homes of deaf clients and delivered mentoring services in ASL.
  • Educated and explained new deaf clients and their families about deaf culture and community.
  • Coordinates and refers services of community resources, placement providers, court,
  • Coached deaf clients in ASL and communicated with them using ASL, efficiently.
  • Created and maintained client-specific records and reports, accurately.
  • Adhered to established data privacy procedure and protected confidential client information.

Education

Master’s Degree in Deaf Studies

Johnson State College, Johnson, VT

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