Last year, the Delaware Valley Translators Association (DVTA) took us to Wilmington, DE for the 3rd annual East Coast Interpreters and Translators Summit. As an event sponsor and exhibitor, we had a great time catching up with DVTA’s membership.
Thanks for a great event, DVTA, and see you this again year in Wilmington!
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!
We are delighted to participate in CCHI’s first National Healthcare Interpreter Certification Summit: 10 Years of Setting the Standard for Quality. CCC Director Marjory Bancroft will take part in a panel presentation while Managing Director Michelle Gallagher will represent us at our exhibitor table.
See you in Minneapolis!
The 2018 event in New Orleans was filled with good friends, food and music! Check out the 2018 ATA Conference photos here.
Looking for a conference roomie for this year’s event? ATA has set up a conference roommate blog to connect those interested in sharing a hotel room.
See you in Palm Springs for the ATA 60th Annual Conference on October 23-26, 2019!
CCC Director Marjory Bancroft was honored to be the keynote speaker at NATI’s 20 Annual Conference. In addition, she delivered two presentations and participated in a panel discussion.
Many thanks to NATI’s welcoming membership and board. We look forward to seeing everyone next year in Omaha!
Become a trained, professional interpreter! Join us in 2019 for our 40-hour foundation program: The Community Interpreter International
Spring session dates: April 26, 27, May 3, 4 and 11 (two Fridays and three Saturdays)
Summer session dates: July 29-August 2 (Monday-Friday)
Fall session dates: October 4, 5, 11, 12 and 19 (two Fridays and three Saturdays)
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 2019 for the only Training of Trainers that provides a comprehensive curriculum -- including professionally designed Power Points and NO licensing fees! Join our over 300 licensed trainers in 37 U.S. states, Washington, DC, Guam and six other countries.
Summer session dates: July 15-20, 2019
Fall session dates: November 18-23, 2019
Grow and hone your skills for the everyday challenges of educational interpreting. Confidently accept a variety of assignments such as: parent-teacher conferences, back-to-school nights and IEP meetings.
Designed and delivered by experienced educational interpreters, this workshop will build your knowledge, skills and insight through demonstrations, practice, activities, video vignettes, role plays and more.
Participants will receive a notepad and packet of specially designed materials — including many self-study activities for use after the workshop. Learn more!
CCC Director Marjory Bancroft was honored to be the invited keynote speaker at the 1st Annual Minnesota Conference on Meaningful Language Access.
Meanwhile, our Program Manager, Maisoon Ateem Abdelrhman, was delighted to run our exhibitor table. Check out the photos!
Many thanks to the organizers for a wonderful event.
See you next year!
In 2018, the NCIHC AMM headed to Denver and we were happy to join in the fun!
This year we’re looking forward to NCIHC’s AMM in Philadelphia. Our Publications Manager, Andrew Hall, will be exhibiting.
In celebration of the Year of Indigenous Languages, the keynote speaker will be Dr. Brook Danielle Lillehaugen from the Tri-College Department of Linguistics at Haverford College. Keynote address: Resisting Threats to Linguistic Diversity: Lessons from Zapotec Language Activism.
See you in Philly!
Once again, we’re looking forward to exhibiting at the Maryland ELL Family Involvement Network (MELLFIN) Annual Conference: School and Community Partnership = EL Sucess!
Las year, 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 this May!
Strengthen your vocal sound, improve your performance and lengthen your interpreting career with this hands-on, “voice-on” workshop! Delivered by Dr. Juanita Ulloa, a classically trained international Operachi singer, Professor of Voice and a Spanish Court Certified Interpreter, this program helps interpreters of all languages treasure and train their voice. Learn more.
We could feel the warmth and enthusiasm abounding from the Alabama interpreting and translation community at the Interpreters & Translators Association of Alabama’s 3rd Annual Conference. Thank you to everyone involved, and Maria Baker in particular for all her generous assistance.
CCC Director Marjory Bancroft was honored to be the invited keynote speaker and we were delighted to show our support as a conference sponsor and exhibitor.
We were excited to once again be a sponsor and exhibitor at MICATA's 2018 Annual Conference. The event included a full day (March 23) of pre-conference workshops for interpreters and translators.
Although we’re unable to attend this year’s event, we are committed to supporting the conference as a Silver Sponsor. We wish MICATA’s membership a wonderful event and look forward to seeing everyone in 2020!
See you at next year's CHIA Conference!