Mortgage-related calls contain a lot of terminology and concepts that can be difficult for interpreters to navigate. Give these helpful tips a try, and you never know — you could be the next Suze Orman!
Interpreters are neutral parties, yes, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t affected by what they hear day-to-day. In order to have a long and fruitful career as an interpreter, you’ll need to learn how to spot and manage certain emotional states.
Medical interpreters can help providers deliver comprehensive education about vaccines, which will be especially helpful once one is developed for the coronavirus.
We’re joining in on #FrontlineFriday and sharing the stories and experiences of our interpreters who work on the frontline.
If you’re an on-site interpreter looking to make the move to remote interpreting, check out these tips!
If you’ve never worked in an remote interpreting environment, it can be intimidating to start. CLI’s QA specialists share 3 tips that will help quell your fears and set you up for success.
We found two inspiring stories about intrepid women interpreters, past and present, who have played important roles in facilitating communication between people and cultures. Let’s explore part of their journeys. La Malinche, Nahuatl and Yucatec Maya interpreter The history of the conquest of Mexico cannot be told without including the role of Doña Marina, a
As interpreters, it’s important to work toward using more gender-inclusive language. Certified Spanish interpreter Marisol Varela shares more.
Remaining 100% stress-free might be an impossible task as an interpreter, but it’s important not to forget about your own emotional well-being. Discover some crucial self-care tips now!
Certified medical interpreters (CMIs) are a hot commodity. Learn more about the National Board’s CMI program now.