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8/14/18 MATI Webinar: Top Tips from My First Three Years as a Freelance Translator

Webinars are back from summer break! Join MATI on Tuesday, August 14th, 7:00pm – 8:00pm (central time) for another amazing webinar, “Top Tips from My First Three Years as a Freelance Translator”  by Meghan McCallum Calling all newbies: congratulations on taking the plunge into freelancing! You’ve got a good foundation of translation skills to get started, but… READ MORE »

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Summer 2018 Translators Café on Tuesday 8/7/18

When:    Tuesday, August 7, 2018                 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Where:   Coffee Bené                  53 Cleveland Ave S                  St Paul, MN 55105 Cost:       FREE (registration is required) UMTIA is happy to announce another meeting of the Translators Café, an… READ MORE »

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CANCELLED: UMTIA Hmong Translations Workshop Presented in English on 8/2/18

**We apologize for the confusion. The Hmong Translations Workshop originally scheduled for 8/2/18 has been cancelled due to low registration.** CANCELLED Hmong Translations Workshop (presented in English) WHEN:  Thursday, August 2, 2018               6:00 pm – 8:00 pm   WHERE:  United & Children’s Hospital                 Conference Hall… READ MORE »

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UMTIA Hmong Translations Workshop Presented in English on 8/2/18

Hmong Translations Workshop (presented in English) WHEN:  Thursday, August 2, 2018               6:00 pm – 8:00 pm   WHERE:  United & Children’s Hospital                 Conference Hall – Lower level                 John Nasseff Heart Center                 225 Smith… READ MORE »

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Decade-Old Canadian Apology Translated into Indigenous Languages

CBC News (Canada) (06/11/18) Harris, Kathleen A decade after it was delivered on the floor of the House of Commons, the Canadian government’s formal apology to survivors of the country’s early residential school system has been translated into seven indigenous languages. The apology, made by then-Prime Minister Stephen Harper on June 10, 2008, was meant… READ MORE »

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