Category Archives: Training

Getting that Job

by Cynthia E. Roat, MPH Past blogs on this site have talked about how community interpreters are contracted: as full- or part-time staff or as freelancers, working directly for healthcare or social service institutions or through language service providers (sometimes … Continue reading

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Conferences are Only for Doctors, Right?

Ah, conferences! The chance to gather with colleagues, see old friends, make new contacts, learn new information, earn your continuing education credits, eat great food, and find out what’s new in the world of healthcare interpreting. But, ah, conferences. Airfare, … Continue reading

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