The best way to prepare is to get a two-year or four-year degree in American Sign Language Interpreting. Many colleges and universities offer ASL interpreter training programs. You can find interpreter training program listings on the RID website: RID's database of interpreter education programs.
Certified ASL Interpreter
Deaf Communication Services is committed to providing high quality services that include American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation, tactile interpreting, oral transliteration, and translation services. For each assignment we carefully select from our nationwide team of interpreters to make the communication process as seamless as possible.