From Jenny Cascino ’17:
Professional court interpreter Sandra Cardone is returning to campus next week to host a two-part interpretation workshop on general interpretation techniques between Spanish and English.
Ms. Cardone specializes in training interpreters for the Connecticut court system, so what better chance to start dabbling in the art of interpretation if you’re new to it or have wanted to try ever since you saw Nicole Kidman in “The Interpreter”? Her training sessions at Wes two years ago were extremely informative and popular among attendees, so make sure to bring your lunch along to PAC the next two Tuesdays at 12 to get in on the Spanish/English fun!
Hosted by WesInterpreters.
Date: Tuesday, April 29
Time: 12-1 p.m.
Place: PAC 001
From Enrique Calvo ’14:
Are you interested in translating or interpreting between Spanish and English for the Middletown community at Wes? Then come to either WesInterpreters information session the weekend after Fall Break and let’s get this ball rolling again!
WesInterpreters will provide legal translation and interpretation services to organizations such as Connecticut Legal Services and New Horizons as it has in the past. We’ll still be working with Professor Octavio Flores Cuadra, who shall certify all translations. A high degree of fluency in both Spanish and English is expected, but you will receive training in translation and in particular interpretation skills.
Date: Saturday, October 26th, 2013 and Sunday, October 27th, 2013
Time: 4 pm
Place: PAC 002