Employers and students connected over language services industry internships and full-time positions at the Middlebury Institute’s annual Translation, Interpretation, and Localization Management Career Fair.
Marianna Guedez Forgiarini TLM ’22 has published Desde el Exilio, a collection of poems in Spanish and English about her experiences as a Venezuelan who fled her country in 2014 in the face of political and economic turmoil.
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.