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Body Language

As a Deaf person who reads body language every day to communicate, this is second nature to us.


We can read someone’s body language and that can tell us all we need to know… But, have you read your own?


When we interview the person interviewing will be looking at your body language and listening to the interpreter.


Make sure your body language is good!  How?


Sit up straight in a chair, try not to cross your legs.  Keep your hands in your lap and don’t fidget when you are not talking.


Have you ever videoed yourself for an interview situation?  No, ask your advisor to help you.  It’s a good tool to use to see how you present yourself.


Take a look at our PowerPoint Presentation to help you.

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