Volunteer vs. Career Firefighters and Mental Health

For my ASL final exam, we students were tasked with choosing a topic on which to report, something that’s more academic than casual. Over the last few years, a beloved family member has been struggling with PTSD related to his time as a volunteer firefighter. Because he lives near the shore of a Great Lake,Continue reading “Volunteer vs. Career Firefighters and Mental Health”

My Ethics Class: Power, Privilege, and Oppression Discussion

Currently, I am enrolled in Interpreting Ethics, a class in which we examine models for ethical decision making and practice how we would use the Code of Professional Conduct and core values to respond to real-life situations in the interpreting field. Our last unit was about power, privilege, and oppression, and we were assigned threeContinue reading “My Ethics Class: Power, Privilege, and Oppression Discussion”