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The National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers

Welcome to the National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers page! The National Consortium (NCIEC) was formed and funded to address the national shortage of interpreters for deaf, deaf-blind, and hard-of-hearing individuals.

Five regional centers and one national center work collaboratively to change the way our field traditionally thinks of and provides education and professional development to sign language interpreters. We foster networks among all stakeholders in our academic, professional and consumer communities and investigate and disseminate proven approaches to teaching, mentoring, program administration, and consumer education.

Through our efforts, we will increase the number and diversity of qualified interpreters and advance the field of interpreting and interpreting education.

For more information about each of our centers, please use the links below:

College of St. Catherine - CATIE Center | Gallaudet University Regional Interpreter Education Center | Mid-America Regional Interpreter Education Center | National Interpreter Education Center | Northeastern University Regional Interpreter Education Center | Western Region Interpreter Education Center

The National Consortium is funded from 2005 - 2010 by the U.S. Department of Education RSA CFDA #84.160 A and B, Training of Interpreters for Individuals Who Are Deaf and Individuals Who Are Deaf-Blind.



The MARIE and WRIEC Centers hosted a shareshop. The following are some resources from it.

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Needs Assessment Webinars

Look for our next webinar and save the date!

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Webinar Satisfaction Surveys

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