ASL Schools in Washington, DC

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Showing 1 - 5 of 5 ASL Schools in Washington DC

New York City College of Technology

in Online
300 Jay St, New York, New York 11201

Your college years represent a precious opportunity to gather knowledge, personal strength and resolve for a future that offers unimaginable opportunities for those that have the fortitude to seize them. New York City College of Technology can provide you with these opportunities if you take advantage of the College’s educational offerings and supporting...

Sign Language Center

39 E 30th St Suite 2R, New York, New York 10016

We are proud to introduce to you a company with a number of incredible instructors teaching American Sign Language. Our goal is to provide YOU the student, an enriching experience learning the beauty of ASL and Deaf culture; we welcome all levels from beginners to advanced students. We also offer one on one tutoring sessions, on site classes for corporations,...

ASL NYC

in DUMBO
145 Front St #G, Brooklyn, New York 11201

American Sign Language classes offered in Brooklyn, NY including ASL mentorship, and tutoring. American Sign Language (ASL) is the third most widely used language in the U.S., after English and Spanish All of our classes are taught by deaf instructors in our classroom located in Brooklyn. Whether you are a student, interpreter or interested in starting...

ABC Languages SF

in Online
One Embarcadero Center Lobby 1, San Francisco, California 94111

We believe that the steps to successfully learning a new foreign language are much the same for every student, while the path to learning is highly individualized. With that in mind, ABC instructors have the freedom to address each group’s needs and learning patterns so that, while following a logical progression, each class goes at a pace that works...

DC Public Library

in Capitol Hill
403 7th St SE, Washington, District of Columbia 20003

For more than a century, the public library has been one of the city's most valued assets, sustaining and improving the quality of life and education in D.C. Private support makes the difference between what the library would provide if it relied solely on tax revenue, and the excellent programs and services it does provide for our city. Donated time...