There are many organizations of and for interpreters and related to interpreting. While it is impossible to list all of them, we have provided a few that we hope will be useful to you. The National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers has an extensive listing of national resources, listed by topic area. Click HERE for more information.
Free products from NCIEC are also available on their website.
American Association of Deaf-Blind (AADB)
Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT)
Commission of Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE)
Deaf Interpreter Institute
Mano a Mano: ASL/English/Spanish Interpreters
National Alliance of Black Interpreters (NAOBI)
National Association of the Deaf (NAD)
Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. (RID)
World Federation of the Deaf (WFD)
Deaf Studies Digital Journal
Demographics: Annual Survey of Deaf and Hard of hearing children and Youth
Gallaudet's Research and Scholarly Achievement Database
Gallaudet Research Institute: Publications and Presentations
Gallaudet Video Catalog
Mental Health Services For Deaf Persons: A Resource Directory
The National Clearinghouse on Rehabilitation Training Materials, sponsored by the Rehabilitation Services Administration, is hosted by Utah State University. They serve the profession of Vocational Rehabilitation as a centralized resource for the development, collection, dissemination, and utilization of training materials; as a forum for advancing knowledge through applied research and open dialog; and as a marketplace for career and staff development. The NCRTM grant ended on March 31, 2014, but many resources are still available online during the transition period to a new clearinghouse.
National Task Force on Deaf-Blind Interpreting
Street Leverage is a widely-read blog, where interpreters submit article and engage in online discussion about critical trends in the field. "StreetLeverage is " committed to the belief that it is often the most obvious and important realities that are the hardest to see and talk about. To that end, StreetLeverage endeavors to spotlight interpreters and industry stakeholders who courageously share their ideas and perspectives in an effort to rethink the way we understand, practice, and tell the story of the sign language interpreter."
Visual Learning & Visual Learning - A Science of Learning Center
Recommended Guidelines for Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) for ASL-Interpreted Events
Judicial Council of California
Administrative Office of the Courts
Court Interpreters Program
Download Guideline: ASL-VRI Guideline
Potomac Chapter (D.C. & MD) RID
Delaware Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
North Carolina RID
Puerto Rico RID
South Carolina RID
West Virginia Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing