Mateo Bonn (Deaf): I am a Deaf tutor from Minnesota and I can mentor ASL students online. Contact me at email@example.com and ask for resume and flyer. Also, for more information, see my vlog (video blog) about myself at: https://youtu.be/7qzT48VWRNc
Andrea Kurs (Deaf): My session fee is $15 per person in a group of 5; $18 per person in a group of 2 and $20 for an individual. firstname.lastname@example.org
Dinesh Indurkar (Deaf): Free tutor sessions. Contact me at Dinind89@yahoo.com. Phone: 425-336-0235. ASL interpreter will be in the line as you call from your voice call to my Video phone.
Jerry Steffen, Jr. (Deaf): I offer FREE tutoring service. Contact me at my email address: email@example.com
Jessica Philips (Deaf): My available schedule would be from 9 to 11 in the mornings or after 2:30 to 4 in the afternoons. My rate would be $15/hour. Can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 425-336-2528. Can agree on meeting place.
Jodene Anicello (Deaf): I'm a deaf person. You will benefit my tutoring services because I review all signs and help bring out the best in students with positive reinforcement. I have a world of patience. I enjoy bringing communication by meeting halfway with students who want to learn and practice using the language. I can help you review the following:
- Vocabulary exercises
- Fingerspelling skills exercises.
- Expressive ability in using ASL.
- Facial expressions practice.
- Test preparation.
- Chat without voice.
We can meet at a coffee shop or library to receive the tutoring services. Pay is negotiable. Contact: email@example.com or 425-273-0489 text only.
I am typically free on the weekends and Friday and Wednesday evenings after about 3pm. My rate is typically 25 dollars an hour. However, if this is financially just not feasible to a student, I will be willing to modify it on a case by case basis. They can contact me at my UW email: firstname.lastname@example.org
They can also text me at (818) 620-9212
I have had about 2.5 years of tutoring experience. I can also help with cultural classes, as well as Deaf literature.