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Where’s the Training for MY Specialty?

by Cynthia E. Roat, MPH In what venues do you like to interpret? Do you love helping social workers find much needed resources for people going through a rough patch in life? Or are kids your passion, and interpreting in … Continue reading

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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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The World of a Community Interpreter

Question: In what profession can you assist at a birth, sign a family up for Medicaid, achieve justice for a victim of fraud, teach a patient to calculate his insulin dosage, get welfare benefits for a single mom, rescue a … Continue reading

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What in the World is an Interpreter?

They are found in the murals in ancient Egyptian tombs. They are lauded as indispensable links . . . . . . and reviled as traitors. They walk in two worlds, building bridges between people who speak different languages. And, … Continue reading

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