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May 26th – Translators and Interpreters Walk and Share in Eagan!

Century College Translators & Interpreters Walk & Share May 26th at 9:00 am Join a hike and share! Location: Lebanon Hills Regional Park (Meet at the Visitor Center) 860 Cliff Rd, Eagan, MN 55123 Time: Meet at 9:00 AM, leave for hike at 9:30 AM Plan for approximately a 2-hour hike The alumni and students of Century College have created a… READ MORE »

Related to: Education Interpreters, Language Access Advocates, Legal Interpreters, Medical Interpreters, Non-UMTIA Event, Translators

ATA Webinar on 5/3/18: Setting Up a Termbase: What Does It Take?

Presenter: Barbara Inge Karsch Date: Thursday, May 3, 2018 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT Setting up a termbase is a big investment in time, but the result is a huge payoff down the road. Before taking the project on, however, you’ll want to know everything you can about terminology management systems (TMS). This webinar is… READ MORE »

Related to: Non-UMTIA Event, Training Resources, Translators, Webinar

Online M.A. in Translation at Kent State University


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2018 NAJIT Scholars Program

NAJIT is once again offering the opportunity to attend their annual conference to five scholars who have been in TRIN programs in 2017 and/or 2018. Past winners have included participants from our own programs here in Minnesota, so don’t hesitate to apply if you would like to attend this conference in San Francisco in June… READ MORE »

Related to: Legal Interpreters, Non-UMTIA Event, Training Resources, Translators

Canada’s National Translation Standards Are Now FREE

Most national and international standards will cost you money. That includes standards for translation or interpreting. For example, you have to pay for ISO (International standards), ASTM (international standards but U.S. based)—and the Canadian CGSB standards. Until now. For nine years, the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) charged for its translation standard like other entities… READ MORE »

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