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Learning AWS for people with hearing loss

Lee Wynne
Founder. AWS changed my life and I want to ensure that I pass some of that energy on, reach back and pull someone up as they say, especially young people regardless of education and background.
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Amazon is reportedly one of the “only major tech companies” to provide American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters on a large scale for its deaf employees.

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Amazon provides interpreters to job candidates from the moment their resume is passed on to a recruiter so that the two have a chance to become acquainted before the first interview.

Interpreters are full-time Amazon employees who work with teams of 2-3 deaf employees, whom they become acquainted with over time.

Does anyone know of anyone in the AWS team at Amazon that has any experience with the ASL interpreters?

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