The 2017 event in Washington, DC was a whirlwind -- in the best possible way! Check out the 2017 ATA Annual Conference photos here.
Check out the promo video below for the ATA 59th Annual Conference. Next stop -- New Orleans!
Still undecided? Listen to this podcast with ATA's President-Elect, Ted Wozniak, as he makes the case to attend this year's conference.
We are delighted to present and exhibit for the first time at The Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT) Biennial Conference.
On November 3, Marjory Bancroft, Founder of CCC, will co-present with Katharine Allen, Co-President of InterpretAmerica: Walk on the Wild Side: Training Trauma-informed Interpreters for Signed and Spoken Languages in the Same Classroom.
And throughout the conference, stop by our booth to chat with CCC's Managing Director, Michelle Gallagher!
Domestic violence… Sexual assault… Child abuse… Refugees… Every day interpreters witness terrible suffering in hospitals, schools and social services. Who is preparing them to cope?
This two-day workshop focuses on specific techniques, strategies and self-care practices for interpreters who encounter trauma in any setting. The workshop will highlight mental health, medical and legal services. The techniques explored can be applied to healthcare, schools and social service settings.
Want to take your consecutive interpreting skills to the next level and improve your employment prospects? Do you need CEUs to maintain your medical interpreter certification? Then join us for a fun yet practical workshop. Develop your own symbols and learn how to take effective notes while interpreting. Developed by Katharine Allen, Co-President of InterpretAmerica and delivered by Leslie Bilchick, Maryland Court Certified Interpreter.
Are you an interpreter trainer or hoping to become one? Do you want to train medical, educational and/or social services interpreters? Then visit us in 2018 for the only Training of Trainers that provides a comprehensive curriculum -- including professionally designed Power Points and NO licensing fees! Join our over 280 licensed trainers in 35 U.S. states, Washington, DC, Guam and six other countries.
Fall session dates: November 12-17, 2018
CCC's Maisoon Ateem Abdelrhman and Michelle Gallagher are looking forward to joining over 2,600 attendees at La Cosecha 23rd Annual Dual Language Conference. As always, we welcome you to stop by our booth for a chat and great conference freebies.
See you in Santa Fe!
In 2017 we greatly enjoyed exhibiting for the first time at the Arizona Translators & Interpreters Annual Conference. Many thanks to ATI's Board and Membership for such a warm welcome! Check out the photos here.
This year, in addition to exhibiting, CCC Director Marjory Bancroft delivered the keynote Give Voice: Change the World -- and Give Ourselves a Voice. (She also gave an action-packed morning presentation with co-presenter Barbara Rayes-Barnett: Rise to the Challenge: Keys for Performing Legal Interpreting in Community Settings)
In 2017, The Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) hosted one of the nation's first conferences dedicated solely to educational interpreting and translation. At CCC, we were thrilled to be a part of the team developing content and delivering presentations at this ground-breaking event. CCC Director Marjory Bancroft and CESCO Linguistic Services CEO Giovanna Carriero-Contreras co-delivered an inspirational keynote address and offered several workshops on interpreting and translation. Check out the photos here!
For questions or more information about next year's event, contact Natalia Abarca, OCDE Project Liaison.
The Delaware Valley Translators Association (DVTA) is launching the 1st annual East Coast Interpreters and Translators Summit in celebration of the 55th anniversary of the DVTA. Well-known industry leaders will be giving presentations and workshops -- including CCC's Marjory Bancroft! Registration now open. Check out the full event program here.
CCC is a proud sponsor of this first-time event. Stop by our booth for great conference goodies and discounts!
We had a wonderful time exhibiting at the Maryland ELL Family Involvement Network (MELLFIN) Annual Conference: Transforming Engagement: Valuing Diversity, Promoting Equity, and Inspiring Change. Congratulations to MELLFIN for their best conference-turn-out yet!
We learned about the latest trends in educational interpreting and translation and reconnected with many CCC training participants and clients. Check out the photos here!
See you next year!
We had a great time exhibiting at the Maryland Association for Adult Community and Continuing Education's 2018 Annual Conference!
Check out the photos here and see everyone next year at the Maritime Institute!
We were delighted to join the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Florida (ATIF) (in collaboration with the Spanish Language Division of ATA and Florida International University) for the first annual Spring Into Action -- An International Event.
The May/June 2018 issue of the ATA Chronicle featured a write-up of the event by Anne Connor, chair of ATA's Professional Development Committee and past president of the Delaware Valley Translators Association (DVTA).
Check out the photos here - and see you next year in Miami!
In addition, we hosted our first Meet the Author Event with our author, Suzanna Reiss-Koncar. Suzanna answered questions and signed copies of her book, Healthcare Interpreting with Heart and Mind.
See you at next year's CHIA Conference!
For the second year in a row, we participated in the University of Maryland's annual Language Career & Internship Fair. We met many of UMD's wonderful undergrad and graduate students. Check out the photos here!
September 30th is International Translation & Interpreting Day! We started the celebrations early by exhibiting at Montgomery College's Confluence Conference in Takoma Park, MD.
We had a great time meeting fellow professionals and introducing some Montgomery College students to the beautiful fields of interpreting and translation. As a bonus, we were boothing near our friends from NCATA! Check out the photos here.