Hunter College MA in Translation and Interpreting The Master of Arts in Translation and Interpreting (MATI) program at Hunter College provides students with a rigorous preparation in the language professions, offering both a theoretical grounding as well as hands-on language-specific training in translation, localization, and oral interpretation skills.

Hunter College MA in Translation and Interpreting

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October meeting: Bitcoins Basics and Forensics

October meeting: Bitcoins Basics and Forensics

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ATA Certification Exam: Now Online

ATA Certification Exam: Now Online

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June Member Meeting: Translating in the Fields of Foreign Affairs and Diplomacy Register by 6 PM Eastern Time on Saturday, June 26

June Member Meeting: Translating in the Fields of Foreign Affairs and Diplomacy

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Tuesday, June 29, 6-7 pm Eastern Time via Zoom

Charles M. Stern Grant for Professional Development

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  • We have more than 200 members.

Looking for a professional Linguist or interpreter with certain language skills or specializations?

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  • Many of our members have specialized expertise and are accountants, professors, and attorneys as well as translators.

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  • We transcreate, translate, and transcribe.

Are you taking full advantage of your membership in the New York Circle of Translators?

Welcome to the New York Circle of Translators! We are a chapter of the American Translators Association. Based in New York City, we’re the professional organization of translators and interpreters in the Tri-State Area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut).

If you are looking for translation services or interpretation services, please visit our lists of providers and corporate members.

We strive to provide a venue where freelance translators and interpreters meet with colleagues working in-house and also exchange ideas and experiences with company owners and project managers. We recognize that language professionals in the 21st century always need to be up-to-date on the latest developments and be prepared for changes in our profession. Our monthly meetings offer presentations by leading experts on new technologies, business developments, terminology, and many other aspects of the language industry.

We attempt to serve all of our members, those working with languages of common distribution and those working with languages of lesser distribution. Through recordings or video conferencing we try to make our meetings accessible to our colleagues who reside outside New York City.

We also organize social events such as speed networking, a literary translation open mic, and a summer picnic, among others.

Wherever you reside you are welcome to join the Circle. You will benefit from the resources of the New York translation community and the thriving New York City language services market.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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