In a recently published Multilingual article, student William Dan makes the case for language service expert recognition and visibility. Dan is a student in the MA in Translation and Localization Management program.
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.
If you are interested in our MA in Translation, MA in Translation and Interpretation, MA in Conference Interpretation, or in-person MA in Translation and Localization Management degree programs, please join our enrollment team as they guide you through the application process.
Do you want to move into project management or team management in the language services industry? Are you already working in localization but you want to level up your technical skills and business acumen to deliver tangible results for your organization, setting up your next promotion?
As part of the Middlebury Institute’s Leaders in Residence program, Institute alumna Lorena Ortiz Schneider MATI ’92 recently presented three sessions for students sharing experiences and insights from her 30-year career in language services.
The Middlebury Institute has established a new scholarship for alumni of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI), and Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) as part of our commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.