Hosted by Conservatory ASL Northwest
6 WEEK COURSE
MARCH 3RD, TUESDAY @ 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM * (with Interpreter)
REMAINING 5 CLASSES:
TUESDAYS: MARCH 10 – APRIL 7, 2020 @ 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM *
$75 per Individual
$200 for up to 3 employees per business/company
Classes are located at the
Children’s Museum of Montana
22 Railroad Square
Great Falls, MT 59401
This six week American Sign Language class is tailored to business owners and their employees. The concepts, vocabulary, and grammar will empower attendees with tools to attract, include, and retain Deaf customers and employees, increasing the diversity and value of the business environment in Great Falls. The cost for the 6 week class will be $75 per person or $200 for three people from the same business.
For students who successfully complete the course, a window decal will be awarded to display at their place of business. The decal will notify the ASL community that their business is accessible and ready to accommodate deaf customers and employees.
This is a “no-risk” class. You may attend the first class at no-charge. If you decide the classes are worth the time and money, you can pay the registration fee at the end of the first class for the remaining five classes.
To take advantage of the no-risk offer or if you have any questions, please email email@example.com, Amee Sevrie or firstname.lastname@example.org, Dorri Holzheimer.
*Bring your own lunch
Amee Sevrie is a Deaf teacher with a Master’s Degree in Deaf Studies from Gallaudet University and a Master’s Degree in Teaching American Sign Language from University of Northern Colorado. She has extensive experience working with students of all backgrounds, ranging from hearing adults to Deaf elementary and high school students. Her passion is teaching ASL and spreading awareness about the ASL community. She is currently a stay at home mom of two littles, and in her spare time, she enjoys reading and outdoor activities.
Dorri Holzheimer is a Montana native and an alumna of Montana School for the Deaf & the Blind and Great Falls High School. She currently works as a Deaf Mentor and Sign Language instructor. Dorri’s lifetime experiences as a Deaf individual greatly influence her passions to raise awareness in different issues, such as inclusion within families and communities, the prevention of language deprivation in early childhood for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children, implementing justice and equality in place of daily oppression for marginalized people groups, and advocacy for the rights of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community.
Additionally, Dorri is a Conservatory ASL Northwest board member, an active volunteer, an awesome mom to two sons, and a faithful friend to many. Dorri is an outdoor enthusiast who deeply appreciates nature and all things beautiful. She has an amicable zest for life.