New to the area? Are you looking for colleagues to exchange views, experiences and ideas? Or are you considering translation or interpreting as a career path? Then please drop by one of our regularly held informal get-togethers! You'll find that NITA is driven by the friendly enthusiasm of our members, professionals who work hard to improve language access in many areas of specialization. Look for the next informal get-together to seek us out!
Check out our professional development events sponsored and organized by NITA. If you are interested in strengthening your skills as an interpreter in medical / health care settings, or need CEUs, and also quickly come up to speed with the important and particular code of conduct and professional / ethical topics applicable to this wonderful profession, our courses are for you!
- California AB-5 and the Importance of Professional OrganizationsMany news about the infamous California AB-5—the independent contractor redefinition bill—have been circulating across the board. The Translation and Interpreting industry has been deeply affected by this new law. In a nutshell, AB-5 forces agencies to hire employees rather than contracting independent language professionals. Due to this, many California colleagues have been out of work
- ATA’s 61st Annual Conference Goes VirtualThe American Translators Association (ATA) Annual Conference will be held completely online. ATA's 61st conference, originally to be held in Boston, MA on October 21-24 2020 in person and virtually, has shifted to a completely remote experience. This is due to the pandemic the entire world is going through, and ATA's Board members made the