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Interpreter Resume

Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States
February 07, 2019

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Kim-Marie Koseck

Voice/ Text: 973-***-****



Jan. 2007 to 2011 Union County College Major: Interpreting for the Deaf

Current Employment:

March 2016 – Present Sign Language Interpreter ASL IRS

Interpret in various settings such as: college classes, doctor appointments and business meetings.

November 2014 – Present Educational Interpreter Mt. Olive Board of Education

Interpret in the classroom setting for a 4th Grade Student as well as a Kindergarten student.

Interpret school performances (i.e. plays, choir performances, and assemblies.)

Interpret extra circular actives.

February 2014 – Present Sign Language Interpreter Geneva Worldwide

Interpret in various settings; such as Home Depot employee reviews or discipline meetings.

July 2012 – Present ASL Teacher Learn Associates

Teach students from beginner to intermediate levels ASL and Deaf Culture.

September 2011 – May 2015 Sign Language Interpreter Morris County Votech

Interpreted a 4 year Plumbing Apprentice Course

Interpreted a 2 year Welding Course

Interpreted 3 Small Engine Repair Courses

I have also interpreted for a non-denominational and Catholic Churches.

As well as 3 weddings

Community Service:

Substitute secretary for NJCCD’s regularly appointed secretary. As well as interpreted for new ASL college students coming to a NJCCD meeting.

Volunteered at several UCC ASL Festivals.

Served food at different Deaf events that NWJAD and NJCCD hosted.

Taught Pre-school children ASL as well as play games to help them learn signs.

Visited Deaf senior citizens and brought them to different Deaf events.

Kim-Marie Koseck

Voice/ Text: 973-***-****


Internship Experience:

Six Flags Great Adventure “Deaf Awareness Day”

oStroller Wheelchair Rental, First Aid, Safari Discovery, Guest Services and Photo Pick-up Booth.

Great Auditorium Choir Festival

oInterpreted 2 Religious songs

Friends of Clearwater Festival

oInterpreter different songs and speeches from multiple environmental activist performers and speakers.

Physical Therapy Session

oPatients had a shoulder injury interpreted at Kessler Institute’s therapy session.

Internship Experience Continued:

Behavioral Health Training

oThe class was on Co-Occurring Disorder and the assessment tools needed for assessing a person with a drug or alcohol problem as well as a mental illness

Deaf Fest

oI interpreted at the Union County College booth at Deaf Fest for David Rivera and Eileen Forestal.

SHIP Hackensack High School

oFollowed an interpreter as she interpreted for different high school classes.

Theatrical Interpreting Workshop

oTaught us the process of being an interpreter in a theatrical setting.

Kim-Marie Koseck

Voice/ Text: 973-***-****



North Jersey Community Center for the Deaf (NJCCD)

North West Jersey Association of the Deaf (NWJAD)

New Jersey Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (NJRID)

Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID)

UCC S.I.G.N Club (Class Representative Coordinator)


UCC S.I.G.N Club Co-President 2011-2012

UCC S.I.G.N. Club President Award (2011)

EIPA 3.2

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