Lucy Venghaus A Venghaus

  • Educational Interpreter
  • Las Vegas, NV, 89144, US
  • Jun 16, 2021
Full time Aviation

Personal Summary

Skills
Fluent in American Sign Language, Education Interpreters Performance Assessment score (3.4), EIPA written,
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), CPR Certified, Licensed Medical Technician,
Certified Care.com caretaker, First Female Elks Lodge Inner Guard State Champion.

Work Experience

Educational Interpreter
Dec 2019 - Sunbelt Staffing

n Facilitate communication between Deaf students and faculty in various grades and schools throughout the Las Vegas Valley by perform American Sign Language (ASL) in order to help children achieve Clark County
School District learning standards.

n Identify differences in Deaf students to properly execute ASL or other means of communication to thoroughly demonstrate curriculum.

n Help students with day to day activities by aiding in directions from class to class, explaining what peers are
conveying, and assisting with after school activities like plays and sports.

n Follow CCSD protocol to ensure a safe environment for children.

Educational Interpreter
Aug 2018 - Dec 2019 ASL Communications

n Engaged Deaf and blind students throughout the Las Vegas Valley in learning through ASL or pro-tactile
sign language depending on their specific needs.

n Followed CCSD guidelines and protocols to ensure a safe environment for children.

n Recognized specific needs for each hearing impaired student to ensure their learning needs were met.

n Assisted teachers by further explaining curriculum through ASL.

Sign Language Aide
Aug 2013 - May 2018 Clark County School District

n Assisted one high school student from 2013-2015 who was diagnosed with Crohn's disease, 18th chromosome
disorder, and was Deaf and blind by using ASL, helped with day-to-day activities, and overall academic
learning.

n Followed CCSD guidelines and protocols to ensure a safe environment for children.
n Assisted one elementary aged student (K-2nd) from 2015-2018 who was cognitively underdeveloped and was
Deaf and blind by using ASL, helping with day-to-day activities, and over academic learning.

n Aided teachers by further explaining curriculum through ASL.

Education

Deaf Human Services
Jan 2020 - William Woods University
Associate Degree of Applied Sciences in Interpreting and Deaf Studies - Applied Sciences
Jan 2011 - Jan 2017 College of Southern Nevada