Cover Letter for ASL Interpreter

Cover Letter for ASL Interpreter

Cover Letter for ASL Interpreter

[A sign language interpreter is a person trained in translating between a spoken and a signed language. Here briefly describe on sample Cover Letter for ASL Interpreter. A sign language interpreter is responsible for helping deaf individuals understand what is being said in a variety of situations. This usually means someone who interprets what is being said and signs it for someone who can’t hear but understands sign. You can make changes as per your requirements.]

Candidate/Your Name…

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Date: DD/MM/YY

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Sub: Cover Letter for ASL Interpreter

Dear (Sir/Name),

I am responding to an ad I saw that was requesting resumes for an ASL Interpreter. I was serving as an Interpreter and translator for (***) reputed firms till now, for the last (***) years. (Describe in your words). I feel that my personality and appearance make me a good candidate for any interpreting assignments I may be required to fulfill when working for (Organization or Institute name).

I’ve performed duties as an ASL Interpreter for numerous clients in settings like large business meetings job interviews and workshops and training classes. (Describe all about your educational qualification and job experiences). In summary, my background and history are provided in order to show how I can benefit Organization or Institute name):

  • I have been studying (Institute name and course name) for over (***) years and am fully fluent in all aspects of it.
  • I am as comfortable in front of a large audience as I am in interpreting for one or two people.
  • It is not a problem for me to work in front of a video camera and I can comfortably sign under pressure with or without a script that has been provided beforehand.
  • I also obtained Certification for Court Interpreting (ASL and other languages) from the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (Regarding institute name).

Sign interpreting is not just an individual task and it takes an entire team at times to get a program together and delivered to the public. (Express your confidence and dedication). I think I have the potential in serving in your organization. I feel my public relations skills along with my signing ability would be a great asset to the Organization or Institute name). Kindly consider my application for the same.

I’d be very happy to meet at any time to further discuss my educational and professional background in ASL Interpreting. My phone number is (*****) and email is [email] if you would like to contact me to set up a meeting time. (Cordially describe your greetings and expectation).  I am sure your investment on me as an employee will be fruitful in the long run for the organization.

Sincerely,

Your name…

Address…

Contact info. and signature…

Enclosures: Resume Certificates, Experience Letter, Address Proof, Identity Proof, and others…

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