Attention, Sci-Tech Interpreter types! Our colleague Steve Lank, who works with CTA member company Cesco Linguistic Services, is recruiting pro bono … Read more
By Manuela Stewart Sifuentes The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every corner of the world and nearly all—if not all—of our … Read more
By: Nicolás Arízaga, Denver, CO The fields of political science, sociology, international relations, translation, and interpretation have built bridges for … Read more
December is here, and although some consider the period from Thanksgiving to New Year’s a down-time for business, there are … Read more
By Leeza Etzenhouser
December 14, 2019
When I was presented with the opportunity to attend the 60th annual ATA Conference in Palm Springs I knew I had to take it. Translating is something that I’ve wanted to do for years and although, as an undergraduate student with no professional experience, I was worried I would be out of place, it was an opportunity too good to pass up. I applied for and received funding from both the CTA student sponsorship program and the MSU Denver student travel program to help finance my conference registration and the trip to Palm Springs, for which I am eternally grateful because it afforded me a great deal of professional development, openings for networking, and inspiration.
By Jennie Ramirez Rodriguez
August 24, 2019
Participating in this year’s 9th Annual CTA Conference has been no different from when I participated last year for the first time. I had a great first experience and I was able to network with a variety of different people. I was able to get questions answered I didn’t even know I had. Everyone from participants to staff were so helpful and approachable that I felt no fear asking them for help. Participating at this conference two years in a row was a complete success and I plan to keep attending it for years to come.
By Robert Sette, CT
July 14, 2019
Although we live in a “global economy”, something as simple as getting cash for foreign travel can be fraught with expensive mistakes… and sometimes we only realize the cost long after the fact. We pay with a swipe of a card, but learn the true cost a month later from our bank statement. After living for a couple of months in Spain and France in 2017 and 2018, respectively, I have come up with some tips for the most economical, fee-minimized approach to international currency matters.