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Interpreting
Massachusetts has a wide range of programs in medical, legal, and community interpreting. Some of the programs include a translation component.

• Boston University offers certificate programs in medical, legal, and community interpreting for people able to speak, read, and write English plus Spanish, Portuguese, or Chinese fluently. There also exists an internship program for those who have earned certificates.
www.professional.bu.edu/cpe/interpreter-translator-ovrview.asp
Center for Professional Education
Boston University
1010 Commonwealth Avenue, 2nd floor
Boston, MA 02215
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Tel. 866-633-9370 x402

• Bristol Community College’s certificate program prepares students who are bilingual in Portuguese to work as interpreters in a variety of community settings, including legal and medical.
bristolcc.smartiq.com/2013-2014/catalog/certificates/portuguese-english-community-interpreting
777 Elsbree Street
Fall River, MA 02720
Tel. 1-508-678-2811
Program director: José Costa
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• Bunker Hill Community College offers a part-time evening Medical Interpreting Certificate Program designed to prepare graduates to qualify for employment in hospitals, clinics, chronic care facilities, and health maintenance organizations. The program is one of the school's Allied Health Programs, which are taught at its Chelsea campus.

www.bhcc.mass.edu/PDFs/2013-14-Grids/2013-14-Grid-70.pdf

Bunker Hill Community College  

250 New Rutherford Avenue

Tel: 617-228-2000

• Cambridge College offers a medical interpreter program within an undergraduate degree program, or as non-degree professional training. Students must demonstrate proficiency in one target language: Arabic, Chinese, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, Spanish, or Vietnamese.
www.cambridgecollege.edu/download/UGmedicalinterp-081613.pdf 
1000 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
Tel. 1-800-877-4723

• Cross Cultural Communication Systems, Inc. assists students to function as bilingual professionals in a qualified human services and healthcare workforce. It offers certificate programs in medical interpretation, interpreting in mental health settings, and legal interpretation. See
www.cccsorg.com/training/interpreter_summary.html or view the latest issue of Communicator Express, where training opportunities are listed.
800 West Cummings Park, Suite 3800-3900
Woburn, MA 01801
Tel. 781-729-3736
The Millyard Technology Park
43 Technology Way, 2E3
Nashua, NH 03060
Contact: Zarita Araujo-Lane
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Tel. 1-888-678-CCCS

• Language Connections offers a six-week 60-hour medical interpreter training program in Boston
developed by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation to enable participants to become competent medical interpreters.
The program is offered in: Arabic, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Haitian Creole and Mandarin Chinese.

2001 Beacon St., Suite 105
Boston, MA 02135
Phone: (857) 373-9423
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www.medicalinterpretertrain.com

• The Massachusetts Court System, Office of Court Interpreter Services provides training to interpreters employed by the court. Currently the office employs approximately 175 interpreters of language ranging from Spanish and Portuguese to Haitian Creole, Vietnamese, Chinese, Khmer, Polish, and Russian.
www.mass.gov/courts/admin/planning/interpreters.html
2 Center Plaza, 9th Floor
Boston, MA 02108
Tel. 617-878-0343
Contact: Leonor Figueroa-Feher
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www.umass.edu/ug_programguide/interpreter.html
Tel. 413-545-2203
Contact: Prof. Edwin Gentzler
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• UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, MA, offers a 90-hour medical interpreting training program to qualified bilingual applicants. The program has two modules: 45 classroom hours and 45 hours of practicum.                          
Program coordinator: Estela McDonough
Tel.: 508-856-2792                                                
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• Interpreter Education Online is a language-pair-specific training program for court interpreters. Basic and advanced programs and single-topic units for English, Arabic, Albanian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, German, French, Haitian Creole, Polish, Hmong, Vietnamese, and Mandarin.
www.InterpreterEducationOnline.com
Morgane Serio, Course Administrator
Tel.: (313) 872-0787

• Online Resources for Conference Interpreter Training (ORCIT)
Free online classes for basic interpreter training provided by the European Union.
www.orcit.eu 

Translation
Whereas some of the interpreting programs listed above include translation components, the following programs specialize solely in translation.

• University of Massachusetts-Amherst offers a Master of Arts in Translation Studies, which is a separate track of the M.A. in Comparative Literature. This is a four-semester full-time program.
www.umasstranslation.com/academics
Translation Center, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
19 Herter Hall
Amherst, MA 01003
Contact: Prof. Edwin Gentzler (Director of the Translation Center)
413-545-2203
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• University of Massachusetts-Boston offers an online two-semester undergraduate certificate program in Spanish/English translation designed to meet the increasing local, national, and international demand for professional translators.
www.ccde.umb.edu/certificates/spanishtrans/
Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Massachusetts-Boston,
McCormack Hall, 4th floor, Room 618, 100 Morrissey Blvd.
Boston, MA 02125
Contact: Peggy Fitzgerald
617-287-7550
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Translation or Interpreting

• New York University's School of Continuing and Professional Studies offers certificates in a number of languages, primarily in translation but also in interpreting. Programs are designed with flexible formats. www.scps.nyu.edu/areas-of-study/foreign-languages/professional-certificates

For information on translation and interpreting programs around the country and around the world, contact the American Translators Association at www.atanet.org about their publication, “International Certification Study” or see the ATA’s list of approved translation and interpreting schools at www.atanet.org/certification/eligibility_approved.php.

 

 
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