Sign Language Interpreters

Sign Language Interpreter Directory

View Sign Language Interpreter/Transliterator Directory

The Department of Health and Human Services does not endorse, license or certify any particular interpreter or transliterator. 

Tips for Working with Sign Language Interpreters

Become a Sign Language Interpreter

What is a Sign Language Interpreter?
North Carolina Interpreter Education Programs

Contract Opportunities

We provide licensed interpreters and interpreting agencies an opportunity to contract with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). For more information, contact one of our Regional Centers.

Interpreter Resource Materials

Our Regional Centers each house a library collection consisting of books, DVDs and other interpreting resources.

Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Opportunities
NC Interpreter/Transliterator Licenses
NC Transfer Opportunities

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