Are You Cut Out to Work as an Interpreter? Six key traits of professional interpreters

Are you a bilingual or multi-lingual individual thinking about putting your language knowledge to work? Perhaps already working as a translator and looking to branch out? Interpretation is rewarding work, but knowledge of languages is only a starting point for success in the field. Do you have several of these six traits of successful and … Continue reading Are You Cut Out to Work as an Interpreter? Six key traits of professional interpreters

Celebrating Translation Day: What Translation Means

Did you know that September 30, 2018 is International Translation Day? Translation Day started in 1953 and was set on the Catholic feast day of St. Jerome - the original biblical translator! In 1991, the day was made officially global by FIT (the International Federation of Translators) and it wasn't until May 24, 2017 that … Continue reading Celebrating Translation Day: What Translation Means

Translation & The Richness of Culture (An Interview with ATIA President Perla Ben-Zvi)

In the coming months, the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Alberta (ATIA) will be profiling some of our prominent members and those who have served (or continue to serve!) ATIA in a volunteer capacity. This month, we talked to Perla Ben Zvi, certified translator and current president of ATIA. How long have you been part of ATIA? In the year 2002 … Continue reading Translation & The Richness of Culture (An Interview with ATIA President Perla Ben-Zvi)