Fans of This American Life have likely heard the voice of Gabriela Muñoz MACI ’23, who worked as an interpreter for several episodes of the popular national radio show. That experience led her to pursue a master’s in conference interpretation.
The American Translators Association has awarded its highest honor to Middlebury Institute alumni Barry Olsen and Katharine Allen “in recognition of outstanding service to the translation and interpreting professions.”
“The DC market deals with such a rich variety of topics that knowing how to prepare for technical meetings, be it on security or finance or human rights, is absolutely essential.” Miguel Garcia MACI ’14 describes what it takes to succeed as a professional interpreter.
Maureen Sweeney MPA ’94, deputy chief of the interpreting staff for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, developed a remote interpreting program to expand language services at the Games while giving MIIS students and recent graduates a chance to test their skills in a high-profile, real-world setting.
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