American School for the Deaf Internship Profile
The American School for the Deaf works to “provide a comprehensive program for the development of the intellect and the enhancement of the quality of life for the deaf community by serving as a multi-purpose institution furnishing educational and vocational programs for deaf and hard-of-hearing children, youth, adults and their families.” The idea for the school began in 1807 when a prominent Hartford physician, Mason Fitch Cogswell, wanted to help his deaf young daughter, Alice. The school was officially founded 10 years later. This school is the country’s oldest educational organization committed to serving the deaf community.
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