Internship

Spring 2024 Internship Applications Closed

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We are seeking motivated students and new professionals to join a developing cohort program. 

The program will feature: 

Workshops

One on one mentoring through a structured curriculum

Small group discussions

Observation of experienced interpreters

Limited hands-up practice in safe settings

Community engagement

Professional Networking

Both virtual and on-site opportunities available. 

Our fall cohort will focus on foundational skills and emphasize observation over hands-up interpreting.

Spring Cohort Runs from January- May, 2024

Stay Tuned for Future Application Information!

Commitment:

10 hours a week, Total of 150 hours


Expectations:

Shared Values


Virtual Workspace*

*Need based equipment assistance available

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