Joselyn Escobar faces a unique set of challenges as she hopes to become a chef, the Miami Herald reports.
Miami Dade College’s culinary program is working to help Joselyn navigate a world that can pose dangers even for hearing students. Two interpreters switch off every 20 minutes to an hour, translating teachers' instructions.
In the classroom, interpreters need to finger-spell new vocabulary and phrases.
“It’s cool to work with her because she’s teaching us some signs and she’s fun. Has a good sense of humor,” a fellow-student said.
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