Do you speak a second language?
Are you interested in serving as an interpreter for Immigrant Families Advocacy Project, another UW Law clinic, or in another setting?
Would you like to get pro bono hours for interpreting – on your own schedule?
If so, attend a FREE and comprehensive Interpreter Training, hosted by UW Immigrant Families Advocacy Project. You will get practical, hands-on experience and a chance to hone your skills. This is also a unique opportunity to learn from a nationally recognized interpreter.
WHAT: IFAP Interpreter Training
WHEN: Wednesday, January 14th, 2014, 5pm – 9:30pm. Dinner will be served.
WHERE: Room 116
WHO: The training will be facilitated by Martha Cohen, a Washington State Court Certified Spanish Interpreter and manager of the Office of Interpreter Services for King County Superior Court. She has provided training for interpreters and staff in several settings. Ms. Cohen is a national consultant on court-based interpreter programs and has presented information on how to work effectively with interpreters at the national, state and local levels for judges, attorneys and court personnel.
RSVP to email@example.com so that we know how much food to purchase. Also, please let us know the languages you speak!
Questions? Contact Sarah Chaplin (firstname.lastname@example.org), Danielle McKenzie (email@example.com), or Steven McKevett (firstname.lastname@example.org).