Learn how to protect and maintain one of the most important tools for an interpreter... your vocal cords! Discover how to eliminate vocal fatigue and ensure your vocal health and wellness now and for years to come. Learn how to relax your vocal production and successfully work in any acoustic setting. This will be followed by an introduction to best bookkeeping practices for SBOs – Small Business Owners, including suggestions on backup documentation, software options, and the best way to pay your taxes.
Vocal Session Presenter: Heather Miley
Heather Miley has been coaching Vocal Clients for over 22 years in various settings ranging from the recording studio to live stage and covering various genres, including all music styles, voice overs, commercials, audio projects, and studio projects. Ms. Miley has taught Choir and Theater in the Washoe County School District for 14 years and was classically and theatrically trained in voice and has a BA in Education for Theatrical and Vocal Arts.
Bookkeeping Session Presenters: Claudia Cervantes and Salma Milena Ayazo Oviedo
Claudia Cervantes works as an Accountant Technician at University of Nevada Reno, holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from UNR and is currently working on her Master of Accountancy degree at UNR. Salma Milena Ayazo Oviedo works as a Tax Intern at Barnard Vogler & Co., holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting from UNR, and is currently working on her Master of Accountancy degree at UNR.email@example.com
Saturday, March 28, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Language Bank of NNIC - Northern Nevada International Center
855 W 7th St.
Reno, NV 89503
Early-Bird Discount Deadline: March 14, 2020
Until then: NITA Members $20/Non-members $40
After March 14, through March 27, 2020
Admission fee: NITA Members $35/Non-members $55
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All registrations must be done online. There will be no registration on the day of the seminar itself.