If you like horses, then you will absolutely love Kentucky. After all, it is filled with horse farms as well as Churchill Downs. You may even find yourself visiting during the Kentucky Derby. After all, this is one of the most important horse races in the world and is a part of the Triple Crown. If you get a chance, also, you may wish to visit the Kentucky Horse Track and the Kentucky Derby Museum. However, when you begin looking for sign language interpreter jobs in the state, then you will find there is much more to Kentucky than just horses too.
If you are interested in sports, then you may wish to visit the Louisville Slugger Museum. Mammoth Cave National Park is also in Kentucky if you want to see an amazing and breathtaking national phenomenon. There are also 29 state parks, quite a few national forests and national wildlife refuges as well. You will be able to enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, and much more while enjoying the great outdoors.
Kentucky has long been called the Bluegrass State for its dark green rolling hills, but don’t forget cities like Lexington, Louisville, Frankfurt and Bowling Green where you can find plenty of opportunities for sign language interpreter jobs.