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Project CLIMB

Project CLIMB is a multi-year grant preparing over 150 interpreters of color and interpreters from heritage signing backgrounds for work in the legal setting. In addition to providing direct training opportunities to these 150+ interpreters, this website serves as a resource by providing toolkits, media resources, and webinars that are developed by Project CLIMB and shared with the public as they become available.

Pictures of Project CLIMB Cohort One

Project CLIMB Community of Learning participants seated and round tables in a large ballroom
Project CLIMB Community of Learning #2 participants standing in front of wall and windows inside of large ballroom
Project CLIMB Community of Learning #3 participants standing and sitting in front of UNC Bear statue
Project CLIMB Community of Learning #4 participants standing and sitting in front of wall in large ballroom
Project CLIMB Community of Learning #6 participants sitting on couches in front of wall and large window
Project CLIMB Community of Learning #7 participants standing and sitting in front of UNC Bear statue
Project CLIMB Community of Learning #9 participants standing and making silly faces at the camera
Project CLIMB Community of Learning #11 participants standing in front of wall
Project CLIMB Community of Learning #14 participants sitting outside of UNC University Center

 

The Honorable Judge Helen Brown Bryant shares a judge’s perspective on diversity in the courtroom and working as an interpreter in this unique setting.

                                

The contents of the Project CLIMB website were developed under a grant (#H160D160001) from the Department of Education. However, the contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal government.

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