Amy Hord

Sign Language Interpreter

Education

Education

Associates Degree

Aug 2013 - May 2016
Iowa Western Community College

Interpreting Program 

Work History

Work History

Baton and Dance teacher

Sep 2015 - Present
Sue's Stepperettes Baton and Dance Studio

I teach kids baton and dance from the ages 4 to about 16.

Employee

Dec 2013 - Sep 2015
Arby's

Responsible for: Cashier, Drive Through, 

Certifications

Certifications

National Interpreter Certification (NIC)

Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

People who have this certification have proved their general knowledge in the field of interpreting, ethical decision making and interpreting skills. Candidates earn NIC Certification if they demonstrate professional knowledge and skills that meet or exceed the minimum professional standards necessary to perform in a broad range of interpretation and transliteration assignments. 

Skills and Experience

Skills

Instructable

I am able to take orders well. I listen and am respectful to my boss as well as employees around me. 

People Skills

I am very friendly to everyone I come in contact with. I will make sure that people feel important when I talk with them.  I have great people skills and will always make sure that they are happy with the work service which they are being provided. 

Work well with children

In my past I have worked with children in many other settings such as Children's Church at Glad TIdings Church. I have volunteered with Arby's to help end childhood hunger and give meals to children. We were able to play outside with the kids and teach them about healthy eating habits. I have been working at Sue's Stepperettes baton and dance studio where I work with a wide age range of kids. 

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