View the latest information from the VRSII, including announcements, press releases, newsletters and upcoming events. Check back often to learn about all of the exciting happenings at the VRSII.
Master’s Program Deadline Approaching
Move your career forward in the new year. Register now to earn a master’s degree in ASL/English interpreting with a concentration in interpreting pedagogy through a distance-learning format, offered by the VRSII in partnership with the University of North Florida. Click here to learn more.
During 2017, the VRSII will hold “A Decade in Review” – a gathering of 122 School-to-Work (STW) Program graduates, to conduct research, analyze and enhance the popular STW Program. While this research is being conducted, applications for the STW Program will not be accepted. Applications will again be accepted in 2018.
Recognize Your IEP
Apply now for the SVRS® Excellence and Innovation in Interpreter Education Award. This award recognizes IEPs that demonstrate exceptional educational standards and leverage technology in its curriculum. The winning IEP will receive funds to be reinvested in the program as well as recognition among its contemporaries at an Innovator’s Showcase on the VRSII campus. Click here to learn more. Click here to learn more.
Jan. 25, 2017
VRS Interpreting Institute Announces Two New Faculty MembersView PDF
Oct. 23, 2016
Prestigious Award Given for Excellence in American Sign Language Interpreting ProgramsView PDF
May 27, 2015
VRSII Faculty Teaches and Studies in AustriaView PDF
Sept. 2, 2014
VRSII Eighth School-to-Work Program Cohort GraduatesView PDF
Sept. 1, 2014
The VRSII Welcomes New Faculty Member Teddi von PingelView PDF
Feb. 8, 2012
Twelve National Applicants Chosen for the VRSII School-to-Work ProgramView PDF
Sept. 2, 2011
ASL Interpreter Training Institute School-to-Work Program Graduates 2011 ClassView PDF
In the News
UNCC Grad Chosen for Sign Language Interpreter ProgramView Story
Orem Student Training In Prestigious Sign Language Program
It's like speaking a different language, even if it is unspoken. Kristy Mathisen, an Orem resident and UVU graduate, is one of only 12 in the United States to be accepted to the Video Relay Service Interpreting Institute's 2014 summer session.View Story
MVHS Graduate To Attend Prestigious Interpreting Program
Klaryne Quirarte's grateful she's been accepted to a program that will have such a positive impact on her career.View Story
Otego Woman Chosen To Study Sign Language
Studying at the VRS Interpreting Institute is "a blessing" and an "honor," Spring said from Salt Lake City on Tuesday.View Story
Course Completion a Sign of AccomplishmentView Story
Connecting People Through Sign LanguageView Story
Pasadena: Local woman graduates from prestigious sign language instituteView Story
Portland Community College Recognizes its IEP Graduates Accepted to the VRSII School-to-Work ProgramView Story
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