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MinnesOta Registry of Interpreters

for the Deaf

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The Minnesota Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (MRID) is a non-profit organization of professional interpreters, consumers, and interested persons. The MRID was established and incorporated in 1971 with the support and encouragement of the Minnesota Association of Deaf Citizens (MADC).


camp asl 2020

camp asl is cancelled

Due to COVID-19, MRID has cancelled Camp ASL for the health and safety of our participants.

For those who have previously registered, your payments have been refunded and should show up within a week.

Please take extra care of yourself and your family during this challenging time. Camp will be back next year.


Membership approved 2019 Bylaws

**Note: The 2019 Board caught one typing error (typo) in Article IV Section IV "Terms of Office"This error has been fixed and highlighted in yellow - The word "even" was changed to "odd" to be in line with the intent of the original statement.

If you have any questions about this or wish to contest this change, please email

2019 Annual Business Meeting Minutes (UNOFFICIAL)


Ad-hoc Licensure Committee 

Motion 19:10:25: MRID shall establish an ad-hoc committee to investigate the potential of interpreter licensure in the state of Minnesota. The committee will collaborate with MADC as appropriate. The composition of the committee shall be made up of at least 50% deaf interpreters. (Houge/Evans) CARRIED


Sarah Houge, David Evans, Jer Loudenback, Shawn Vriezen, 

Yoshiko (Koko) Chino, Jon Ainsworth, Eileen M. Gray, 

Christine Marble, Paula MacDonald, JP Beldon

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