Haley Eyster, B.A., NIC
Hands On USF (HOUSF)
Haley Eyster received a bachelor’s degree in Communication Science and Disorders with a concentration
in Interpreter Training (ITT) and a minor in Criminology from the University of South
Florida in 2015. Since that time, she has worked in a variety of settings including
performing arts, K-12, VRS, medical, mental health, conference, and post-secondary.
Haley holds her National Interpreter Certification (NIC) as well as an Educational
Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA). In the interest of being a mentor to future
interpreters, Haley attended St. Catherine’s University (Catie Center) Mentor Training
Program. In addition to receiving training from the Catie Center, she also sought
extensive training in medical interpreting which led to her receiving a Certificate
in Healthcare Interpreting (CHI) from RIT/NTID. Haley’s current goals are to continue
her education and seek a master’s degree.
Ariana Carrillo Hernandez, B.A., NIC
Hands on USF (HOUSF)
Ariana Carrillo-Hernandez is a proud alumna of the University of South Florida. She graduated from the ITT program in 2018 and immediately started working in the field. Since graduating, she has obtained experience in a variety of settings such as VRS, medical, educational, and several others. Ariana holds her National Interpreter Certification (NIC) as well as a score of 4.4 on the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA). By working and learning from some of the best interpreters in Florida, she has become eager to give back to the next generations of interpreters.