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Job Opportunities in New York
Business MissionLocationPhone NumberEmail/ Website
Cleary School for the DeafProvides access to language, communication and learning for students from birth
to 21 years of age, striving to prepare children who are deaf to become
active and contributing members of society.
301 Smithtown Blvd. Nesconset,
Lexington School for the DeafThe Lexington School and Center for the Deaf seeks to be an exemplary education, service, and research institution for the deaf and hard of hearing in metropolitan New York City and the nation.2626 75th Street. East Elmhurst,
Mill Neck School for the DeafEnhances the quality of life for people, from infancy through adulthood, who are Deaf, or who have other special needs, such as autism and developmental disabilities40 Frost Mill Rd. Mill Neck,
NY School for the Deaf We specialize in providing an accessible learning environment that inspires every child to think, to learn, to achieve, to care and to communicate. 555 Knollwood Rd.White Plains,
St. Mary's School for the DeafSt. Mary's School for the Deaf is committed to providing equitable access to exemplary educational programs that prepare deaf students to be self-directed, lifelong learners, who are productive members of society2253 Main Street. Buffalo,
St.Joesph's School for the DeafAs a member of the 4201 school system we offer an academically rich program for Deaf and hard-of-hearing students. SJSD provides its students with numerous programs to enhance their learning experience.1000 Hutchinson River. Parkway Bronx,
St.Francis School for the DeafSt. Francis became a private state supported 4201 School, one of eleven schools serving deaf and blind students in New York State.260 Eastern Parkway. Brooklyn,
Westmere Elementary (BOCES deaf and HOH program) Fannsworth Middle(BOCES deaf and HOH program) Guilderland High (BOCES deaf and HOH program)The Capital Region BOCES Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program provides comprehensive services from a multidisciplinary team. An educational team comprised of Teachers of the Deaf, Speech Therapists, Social Workers, Educational Interpreters, Educational Assistants and Notetakers work in conjunction with the district staff to ensure that both social and scholastic needs of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing student are met.6270 Johnston Rd. Albany,
Deaf Adult ServicesDeaf Adult Services is committed to creating a bridge between the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing Communities through advocacy, education, employment, and interpreting services that govern equal access, symbolizing the accords of culturally affirmative principles in championing the rights of the Deaf.2495 Main Street. Buffalo,
Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and AdultsThe mission of the Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults is to enable each person who is deaf-blind to live and work in his or her community of choice. 141 Middle Neck Rd. Sands Point, NY 1-516-944-8900
Mill Neck Services for the DeafEnhance the quality of life for people who are Deaf, or who have other special communication needs, through excellence in individually designed educational, vocational or spiritual programs and services.34 Frost Mill Rd. Mill Neck,
F.E.G.S Health & Human Services SystemTo help each individual achieve greater success, independence and dignity – at work, at school, at home, and in the community 315 Hudson St. New York,
LifelinksLifeLinks is the premier provider of Video Remote Interpreting (VRI), offering world-class interpreters and impeccable video quality on virtually any computer, mobile handheld device or tablet.450 Fashion Ave. Suite 502. New York,
American Sign Language Inc.We want to make the world more accessible to the Deaf.444 East 20th Street Suite ME, New York, NY
Sign Talk SignTalk® is dedicated to providing qualified sign language interpreters and transliterators in
order to facilitate communication between hearing, Deaf or
hard-of-hearing individuals
New York,
DHIS(Deaf & HOH interpreting inc.)Foster a society free of communication barriers for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people. Provide affordable, full and equal communication access for Deaf/Hard of Hearing people in education and business environments99 Madison Avenue 3rd Floor. New York,
New York FoundlingThe New York Foundling has been saving children, preserving families and building communities since 1869. In the tradition of openness and compassion of its sponsors, the Sisters of Charity, the agency helps children, youth and adults in need through efforts that strengthen families and communities and support each individual in reaching his or her potential. 590 Avenue of the American. New York,
Center for Disability Rights Inc.The Center for Disability Rights, Inc. (CDR) is a not-for-profit, community-based advocacy and service organization for people with all types of disabilities.497 State St. Rochester, NYfax:
The Jewish Guild for the BlindNot-for-profit, non-sectarian agency that serves persons of all ages who are visually impaired,blind and deafblind.15 West 65th Street. New York,
Saturday Program for Deaf and HOH Children and TeensThe award winning Saturday Program for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children and Teens was founded in 1989 to encourage young people to have fun and to develop their potential in a nurturing environment. It is the only program of its kind in New York City! Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children and teens ages 5 to 19 are invited to participate in this free program

350 East 88th Street,New York, NY 10128
Deaf and Hard of Hearing ProgramServices: (1) Sign Language Interpreting, (2) Remote Transcription Services, (3) Deaf Relay Interpreter, (4) Deaf-Blind Tactile, and (5) Deaf NYC News.Presbyterian Hospital, White Plains
Lutheran Deaf MinistryBringing God into the lives of people who are deaf.158 First Street. Hicksville,
Job Opportunities in New Jersey
Business MissionLocationPhone NumberEmail/ Website
Regional Deaf Education ProgramThe primary mission of the Neptune Township School District is to prepare all students for life in the twenty-first century by encouraging them to recognize that learning is a continuing process.60 Neptune Blvd. Neptune,
New Jersey's School for the Deaf-KATZENBACHProvide education in a setting that addresses the social, cultural,behavioral, and psychological needs of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students with emotional disturbance.320 Sullivan Way. Trenton,
New Jersey Association of the Deaf-BlindTo improve the quality of life of people who are deaf and/or blind.24K World's Fair Drive. Somerset,
Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing New Jersey Department of Human ServicesThe division provides education, advocacy and direct services to eliminate barriers and promote increased accessibility to programs, services, and information routinely available to the state’s general population. 222 South Warren St. Trenton,
Signs of Sobriety Inc. Residential program for deaf alcoholics and addicts.100 Scotch Rd. Edwing,
ASL Interpreter Referral Services,Inc.With communication offerings, we can help your organization meet the communication needs of your Deaf and Hard of Hearing client community by providing the most professional and reliable services. 21 Clyde Rd. Somerset,
The New Jersey Association of the Deaf, Inc.Non-profit organization as an Advocacy and Service for New Jersey Deaf Residents from infants to matured adults5 Wilk Court. Lawrenceville, NJN/
NJ RelayNew Jersey Relay is a free telecommunications service provided by Sprint and approved by the NJ
Board of Public Utilities (the Board).
201 Route 17 North. Rutherford,
Lake Drive ProgramThe mission of the Lake Drive Program is to create a community of self-empowered learners in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust that will allow each individual student to reach their individual academic, communicative, social and personal potential."10 Lake Drive. Mountain Lakes,
South Jersey Behavioral Health Resources, Inc.South Jersey Behavioral Health Resources, Inc. provides behavioral health services that motivate each person to achieve their personal goals in an environment that acknowledges individual differences, empowers personal growth, instills hope and supports independence.900 Dudley Ave. Cherry Hill,
Goodwill Industries:Deaf ServicesThe VIP program helps those who are blind or visually impaired find either competitive or supported employment.Harrison, New
New Jersey State- Human Services DepartmentThe New Jersey Department of Human Services (DHS) is the largest state agency in New Jersey. It serves about 1.5 million New Jerseyans, or about one of every eight state residents.12 North Providence Ave. Atlantic City,
Early Hearing Detection and InterventionThe mission of the New Jersey Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) program is to ensure that all New Jersey children receive timely and appropriate screening, diagnosis and intervention for hearing lossTrenton, NJN/
New Jersey Early Intervention SystemsThe New Jersey Early Intervention System (NJEIS), under the Division of Family Health Services, implements New Jersey's statewide system of services for infants and toddlers, birth to age three, with developmental delays or disabilities, and their families.Trenton,
Family Support-SPANOffering emotional support and information to parents through a bilingual, multi-racial staff of parents.Acting as a valuable resource to families, with targeted support to under-served families in urban and rural communities. 35 Halsey St. Newark,
NJ Chapter of Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and HOHEmpower persons who are deaf or HOH to function independently by promoting universal rights and opportunities for such persons.Piscataway, NJN/
Hearing Impaired Services and EducationBe of service to hearing impaired individuals and to provide assistance as needed.Provide educational materials to those inflicted with a hearing loss.1008 Stanton-Lebanon Rd. Lebanon,