2011 Regional Conference on Translating and Interpreting (Michigan)

Via the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies.

The Michigan Translators/Interpreters Network (MiTiN) invites you to their second regional conference on interpreting and translation.

MiTiN (pronounced “mitten”) was formed as an informal network in 1991 by local Michigan translators and interpreters, and was later established as MiTiN (Michigan Translators/Interpreters Network) in 1995.

MiTiN now includes over 130 members fluent in over 34 languages. Our members are translators, interpreters, agencies, educators, and others interested in the translation and interpretation profession. MiTiN is a Chapter of the American Translators Association (ATA), a professional society with over 9,000 members in the U.S. and abroad.

Guest speakers will include Katharine Allen of InterpretAmerica and translation technology expert Jost Zetzsche.

The conference is of interest to:

seasoned professional interpreters and translators,
those looking into interpreting or translating as a career,
those who use interpreting and translation services in the public, private and nonprofit sectors

The conference will be held on Saturday October 1, 2011, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Novi, Michigan.

Discounts available for students and early registrants (by 15 August)!

To register, go to the MiTiN Conference Website.

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2 Responses to 2011 Regional Conference on Translating and Interpreting (Michigan)

  1. angrygaijin says:

    I really like all the information you post here. Do you post opportunities outside the US?

    • odorunara says:

      I’d like to post more, but the mailing lists and organizations I belong to are US-based. Postings in Japan, Canada, etc., would be more than welcome, and some of the postdocs and conferences are non-US.

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