UN recognizes Translators and Interpre
May 24, 2017 marks an historical milestone for all professional translators, interpreters and terminologists as the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopted Resolution A/71/L.68 recognising the role of professional translation in connecting nations, and fostering peace, understanding and development.
Click here for the official UN document
Chance the Rapper Show to Have Sign Language Interpreters
Chance The Rapper has announced he’s hired American Sign Language interpreters at his show at Amalie Arena in Tampa on Wednesday night. In a video making the announcement, which was interpreted to ASL, Chance The Rapper said it will be his first show with the interpreters.
Discover Healthcare Interpreting CoreCHI™ Scholarship
CCHI is pleased to announce the establishment of the “Discover Healthcare Interpreting” CoreCHI™ Scholarship thanks to contributions from language companies, CCHI Commissioners and staff. The purpose of the scholarship is to support interpreters of languages for which only the CoreCHI™ certification is currently available, including refugee languages and languages of lesser diffusion.
CCHI has identified a particular need to support interpreters in smaller language communities in their pursuit of earning the designation of a certified interpreter. In keeping with CCHI's mission to offer a professional certification for healthcare interpreters of all languages, CCHI asked language companies to support interpreters seeking the CoreCHI™ certification. We are grateful and excited to announce that two companies rushed to help! Thanks to their contributions, CCHI will award up to five (5) scholarships, in the amount of $210 each, each half-year cycle in 2017.
Core Medical Interpreter Training (CMIT) - The first step to certification
Read a brief explanation of the program and see the next scheduled training offered through SEMIA, in the Lexington area.
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South Eastern Medical Interpreters Association
838 E High St #159
Lexington, Kentucky 40502-2107
The South Eastern Medical Interpreter Association is a non-profit organization that provides continuing education opportunities and a forum for medical interpreters and translators to exchange ideas and experiences. SEMIA supports medical interpreter training in order to facilitate access to health care and other fundamental services for limited-English proficient and marginalized communities. The Association promotes professionalism and public awareness of the importance of providing quality interpretation services in health care.