I have been interpreting ever since 1999. I was the youngest in the family when I came to the US and Therefore the fastest member to grasp the English language. I have been interpreting ever since... Medical interpreting at clinics and hospitals has been by far my favorite. Predominantly comfortable and knowledgeable in the medical field due to many classes in this area of study, and as this is an area of personal interest as well.
Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts 3.3 GPA - completed successfully.
AAS Echocardiography; withdrew with a 3.4 GPA.
Life obstacles got in the way...
AAS Bio-medical Equipment Technology; withdrew with a 4.0 GPA.
Life threw more obstacles my way...
<>Fluency in Russian and English.
<>Interpreting Russian to English and Vice Versa.
<>Typing 65-70 WPM.
<>Russian Grammar Knowledge.
Medical Classes Completed:
<> Human Anatomy and Physiology I <> Human Anatomy and Physiology II
<> Psychology 100 <> First Aid <> Electrocardiography <> Cardiac Pharmacology
<> Disease of The Heart <> Intro to Medical Sonography <> Intro to Vascular Sonography
Data Entry & Writing Applicable Classes Completed:
<>English 101 <> English 102 <> English 247*Writing Intensive <>Computer Fundamentals
Topics of Interest/Knowledge:
<>Computer Data Recovery From Virus Infested Inoperable Computers.