Interpreters are an indispensable resource to indigenous communities as the demand for their services increases.
Over the past year in our monthly interpreter meetings (every first Thursday of the month), we have been studying personal growth and dealing with loss and setbacks. We’ve covered a lot of topics, from cultivating humility to seeking improvement to enduring bad experiences to embracing change in our lives, but in our final lesson in
There are many situations for which interpreters might be needed: legal meetings, medical appointments, parent/teacher conferences, and other meetings are just a few examples of venues interpreters might find themselves in. Regardless of the specific situation, there are two main forms of interpretation for live interpreters. Consecutive interpreting is the most common form of live
Teachability is the pathway of learning: it means possessing the intention, attitude, and behaviors to keep learning throughout life. These traits don’t always come easily. Like any kind of personal improvement, we need to cultivate our capacity to learn and grow.