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It’s My Job Podcast #18: Sharon Strzalkowski

Madison interviews Sharon Strzalkowski who has a bachelor's degree in French & Linguistics, and is working part time as an information coordinator.

Welcome to episode number eighteen of the It’s My Job podcast. In this episode of It’s My Job, Madison from Iowa interviews Sharon Strzalkowski. Sharon has a Bachelor’s degree in French and linguistics. She was a vocational rehab counselor with Massachusetts state agency and am currently working part time as an information coordinator at a medical school.

The It’s My Job podcast features student interviewers talking with adults who are blind or visually impaired, investigating important questions like how they use technology and how they connect with other people. Our interviews were designed by students, for students. Stay tuned after the podcast to learn how to get involved! 

Episode Eighteens Vocabulary

Can you figure out what these words mean? (Each word is hyperlinked to its definition from Lexico.)

Linguistics

French

Part time job 

Cassette  

Accent

Episode Eighteens Tech Resources

Sharon and Madison talk about a lot of technologies she uses at work in their personal lives. Here are the websites for some of the resources they mentioned. Explore these sites to learn more.

LanguageLine

Supoort for College Students with Learning Disabilities

LearningAlly

Audible

Aira

BeMyEyes

Zoomtext

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