Have you ever wondered how kids with hearing and speech impairment ever get to college?  Thanks to certified teachers for the deaf or sign language teachers, they can and often succeed in their chosen profession though sign language.  Education is mostly the result of good reading habits but with hearing and speech impairment, these students get an equal playing field with skills in sign language and education from teachers trained to conduct all the classes normal people go through in grade school, secondary and college using sign language.

Teacher for the Deaf/Sign Language Teacher Resume Template

Douglas L. Quijano

Main St., Dallas, Texas

Phone: 214-447-5588



To be a lead Sign Language Teacher for the Deaf in a large community school specializing in the education of the deaf and hard of hearing kids

Summary of Qualifications

  • About 10 years of experience as a Sign Language Teacher for the Deaf for a large multinational political organization
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English, Spanish and South American languages.

Career Experience / Job History

2000 – Present: Teacher for the Deaf/Sign Language Teacher, United Methodist School for the Deaf and Blind

  • Develop the lesson plan for the courses designed for educating deaf students  go through grade school to secondary learning
  • Conduct sign language classes for secondary classes
  • Assist grade school teachers in developing sign language training.
  • Attend conferences and symposia on educating children with hearing and speech difficulties
  • Work with educational audiologists in helping children with hearing and speech impairment


2000:  Obtained certificate from the Texas Assessment of Sign Communications-American Sign Language™ (TASC-ASL™).

1998 – 2001:  Bachelor of Arts in Sign Language Interpreting, Bethel College

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.