The New England Translators Association (NETA) is a professional organization of translators and interpreters with more than 150 members. NETA has members who work in all of the major European languages and in a number of Asian languages as well.
Our website pages contain useful information for potential clients, as well as for translators and interpreters interested in joining NETA.
Clients will find advice on how to choose a translator or an interpreter, as well as listings of NETA members, including their backgrounds, specializations, and language combinations.
Translators and interpreters will find information about NETA as an organization and how to join NETA, professional resources, business practices, meetings, and our annual conference.
As a service to members, NETA sends out frequent job announcements via e-mail. If you have a project for which you are seeking a translator or an interpreter, please send a detailed description of it, with dates, word counts, subject matter, and full contact information, to our job posting service.
The American Translators Association (ATA) site has additional useful information for translators and interpreters.
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Thank you to all NETA members for your support of our open letter to Aurora Humarán, president of the International Association of Professional Translators and Interpreters (IAPTI). Special thanks to Catherine Howard and Milena Vitali for spearheading the effort.
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