Events & Conferences

A new year has arrived and with it comes a new opportunity to attend many conferences and events! And whether you attend one or several, conferences are perfect for networking with fellow interpreters and translators, earning CEUs, and learning about the ever-changing language industry.  

 

Listed below are some of the conferences that will be taking place in the coming months. You can also find more conferences on our events page. If you have an event you would like us to list, please send us an email!

 

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Cross Cultural Healthcare Conference

January 16 - 17  

     

 

ALC Unconference

January 29-31

 

 

  

 

28th Annual CATI Conference

March 14

    

 

 

2015 GALA Annual Conference

March 22-25

    

 

 

2015 IMIA Annual Conference

April 24-26

    

 

 

2015 ALC Annual Conference

May 6-9

    

 

 

2015 NAJIT Annual Conference

May 15-17

   

 

NCIHC 9th Annual Membership Meeting

June 5-6  

   

 

Interpret America Summit 5

June 12-14

 

 


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