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William Jessup opens center devoted to American Sign Language


WARMER WITH TEMPERATURES INTO
THE 90’S. GULSTAN: THANKS. THERE’S NOW SO MUCH DEMAND FOR
SIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES, TONIGHT A
LOCAL UNIVERSITY OPENED A CENTER
DEVOTED TO THOSE SKILLS. EDIE: WILLIAM JESSUP UNIVERSITY
CELEBRATED THE OPENING OF ITS
NEW CENTER FOR AMERICAN SIGN
LANGUAGE TONIGHT. IT FIRST OFFERED ASL CLASSES
FOUR YEARS AGO WITH 17 STUDENT
LAST YEAR THEY HAD ABOUT 150
STUDENTS. SIGN LANGUAGE SKILLS CAN HELP
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, AND THEY
CAN ALSO HELP STUDENTS LAND
JOBS.>>WE HAVE PEOPLE, PARENTS,
EMPLOYERS CALLING US THAT NEED
WORKERS FOR THE COMMUNITY. WE HAVE THE COMMUNITY CALLING
US. WE NOW HAVE THE REPUTATION OF
BEING A CENTER THAT WILL GIVE
INFORMATION FOR ANYTHING THAT
THEY NEED SIGN LANGUAGE RELATED. EDIE: ONE IN FIVE AMERICANS HAS
HEARING LOSS IN AT LEAST ONE
EAR, AND MORE THAN 250 MILLION
PEOPLE ARE DEAF WORLDWIDE SO
THERE’S A GREAT DEMAND FOR
PEOPLE WHO KNOW SIGN LANGUAGE. WILLIAM JESSUP UNIVERSITY ALSO
PLANS TO PROVIDE RESOURCES,
EDUCATION AND CONNECTION TO THE
DEAF COMMU

One Reply to “William Jessup opens center devoted to American Sign Language”

  • +kcratv Thanks for the briefing on a new supported specialty. William Jessup University (2121 University Ave, Rocklin, CA 95765-3784 USA), a nondenominational member liberal-arts school of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities, hosts three primary Schools (viz., School of Business, School of Education, School of Professional Studies) and two primary Institutes (viz., Institute for Biodiversity and the Environment, Institute for Public Policy).

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