Indy Deaf News - IND500
Indy Deaf News (IDN500) is our weekly digest sent via email to the Deaf community across the State of Indiana. IND500 share news, announcements, events, and many more to serve our subscribers enlighten. IDN500 was founded by Bob Canty, a past member of the Indiana Association of the Deaf.
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The Indy Deaf News (IDN) is distributed once a week. We reach out to over 1,600 e-mail addresses. That’s more than 3,000 eyes on your product or service! Our click-through rates remain higher than industry averages and advertising with IDN yields results while also supporting the important work of the Indiana Association of the Deaf.
Join the growing team of advocates that can represent IAD and the Deaf community to all legislators in Indiana.
Join the growing team of ASL teachers that share the love of language with the community.
Indiana School for the Deaf
The Indiana School for the Deaf Community promotes academic and social excellence for Deaf and hard of Hearing students through a bilingual environment.
Here at Infinity Staffing Solutions, we believe in community. To ensure community goes beyond just merely existing, our founder takes volunteering and giving back to our neighbors seriously.
Relay Indiana, a service of Indiana Telephone Relay Access Corporation (InTRAC), is a free service that provides full telecommunications accessibility to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired. This service allows users with special telecommunication devices to communicate with standard users through specially trained Relay Operators. InTRAC also provides free, loaned equipment to those who qualify.
Sharp Eyed Group
The only agency that exclusively provides "certified" interpreters in Indiana.
The Heartbeat of Communication! Sorenson connects people by delivering the world’s most trusted products and services, which include video relay and in-person, on-demand interpreting for people who are Deaf and use American Sign Language. As the leading provider of ASL interpreting services, we are passionate about communication and are committed to quality and innovation.
American Sign Language & Deaf Studies - Interpreter Preparation is an intensive two-year program designed to prepare students to pursue a baccalaureate degree in American Sign Language & Deaf Studies interpreting or provide for a foundation in careers that serve deaf individuals.
Deaf Community Job Opportunities
Adjunct Instructors - Vincennes University
Adjunct Faculty College of Humanities
Vincennes University hires adjunct faculty each semester on an as-needed basis. The College of Humanities is accepting applications for adjunct instructors for courses in:
American Sign Language and Deaf Studies Program
Masters level in the specific field of American Sign Language Teaching, American Sign Language Linguistics, and Communcation Specialized in American Sign Language
Certified or Master American Sign Language Teachers Association
Preference will be given to persons with college-level teaching experience
Not benefit eligible.
Interested applicants should submit a Vincennes University application, resume/cv, unofficial transcripts showing the highest degree earned, and full contact information for three professional references via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hard copy application materials may be mailed to Human Resources, 1002 North First Street, Vincennes, IN 47591. Official transcripts will be required prior to employment. Applicants should indicate specifically which courses they are interested in teaching.
Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis. Interviews will be held concurrently with the advertising period. While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Vincennes University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer
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Job Openings - Indiana School for the Deaf
The Indiana School for the Deaf Community promotes academic and social excellence for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students through a bilingual environment.
ASL Coordinator - IADemy
The mission of IADemy is to serve the needs of the ASL educational community, provide development courses. Our classes provides easy-to-use reference and learning tools to enhance learning for ASL educators. We have an opening for a qualified candidate to join the team.
ASL & Deaf Studies - Vincennes University
Adjunct – English
The American Sign Language and Deaf Studies (ASL & Deaf Studies) Department of the College of Humanities at the Vincennes University ASL & Deaf Studies campus in Indianapolis is seeking candidates for an adjunct faculty position. The successful candidate will teach English Composition I and Business Communications
Master’s degree in English.
May hold a Master’s degree in another area but must have completed a minimum of 18 graduate hours in English.
Not benefit eligible