We currently have the following positions available:

  • Full-time Certified Staff Interpreter - NYC area
  • Part-time Staff Interpreter positions - NYC area
  • Freelance Interpreter positions - Nationwide
  • Other positions coming in Q3 in Marketing and HR

If you're interested in applying for these positions, email us.

 

Check out the Events we're planning on attending in 2021. Will we see you there?

Ethics

We adhere to the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct as outlined by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Inc.

Tenets

  1. Interpreters adhere to standards of confidential communication.
  2. Interpreters possess the professional skills and knowledge required for the specific interpreting situation.
  3. Interpreters conduct themselves in a manner appropriate to the specific interpreting situation.
  4. Interpreters demonstrate respect for consumers.
  5. Interpreters demonstrate respect for colleagues, interns, and students of the profession.
  6. Interpreters maintain ethical business practices.
  7. Interpreters engage in professional development.

 


 

The 'Both/And'

We’ll be honest — we’re pretty excited about putting this little informally formal pitch together because of the potential to not only start a conversation with vibrant, progressive people, but we really believe it's the time to do so. Our growth over the last few years is in no way accidental; we’re a collection of professionals who love people and have a skillset to create connections. We’re also a collection of people who love and understand the promise of technology and how it can create connections, understanding, and access. It’s just that the people we create connections for have fewer choices.

If you're reading this, you recognize that people and their technology could be more or better. From reading this website and speaking with our employees, we hope you get the sense of our passion for what we call The "Both/And." Technology can be used to create more than one option. We just have to make it happen.

The U.S. recently marked the 20th anniversary of the ADA, the Americans with Disabilities Act. And yet still, most companies and organizations still only create accessibility options to what barely works within compliance with that act. People with disabilities are rarely given a choice. ASLI and the family of language service companies under the New Language Capital umbrella are working to create the “both/and” choices technology promised us. We have never supported nor had the desire to make financial gains off of an “either/or” mentality of bare legal minimums. Employees and partners, customers and clients, who are also part of the Deaf community, deserve “both/and” choices in their work and their life. What works for them as people. Not what works for businesses following a law.

Your ASLI Contacts

 

Lindsay Henderson GU '08, MS
ASLI Credentialing Coordinator

 

Sarah Hafer, MA, CDI
ASL Recruiter/Evaluator, ASLI

  Address

7815 N Dale Mabry Hwy
Tampa, FL 33614

  Phone

Phone: 855-634-2754
Fax: 615-472-7924
VP: 410-695-3608

  Email

interpreters@asli.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mission & Vision

We are an ambitious, innovative, and trusted language service provider with a strong work ethic and a commitment to service delivery excellence. With world-class expertise in language localization and interpreting solutions, we work together as a dynamic, resourceful, and entrepreneurial team to deliver multi-language communications for U.S. companies and organizations, with an eye towards international growth.  We recognize that by always delivering exceptional service for our customers we earn loyalty, respect, and advocates for our business.

We work to the original motto of ASLI: “Reliable, Ethical, Just Plain Nice.”

Contact Us

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    7815 N. Dale Mabry Highway
    Tampa, FL 33614
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    855-634-2754
    Fax: 615-472-7924
    VP: 410-695-3608

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Our History

Founded in 1987 by Frederic Jondreau, ASLI (American Sign Language, Inc.) began as the first privately-owned ASL school in New York.

As a result of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990, interest in the Deaf community and in ASL exploded. In addition to teaching an eight-week course in ASL, Mr. Jondreau also began interpreting for the Deaf community, expanding to become the original ASLI interpreting service.