If you speak a second language, consider a career as a Medical Interpreter. In just 10 short weeks you can be on your way to a successful career as a professional interpreter. While individuals who are bilingual may have the foundation to become professional interpreters, they are required to have a minimum number of hours of interpreting training. Let us provide that training.
Medical interpreters are in great demand both in person and remotely by video or phone. Interpreters can elect to work for a hospital, school, or state agency, or as contractors with many agencies throughout the country. They can also elect to work remotely from home where they can work independently and make their own hours.
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TransFluenciEDU now partners with many community colleges in Massachusetts and Connecticut to train bilingual individuals for rewarding new careers in medical interpreting, in conformance with the standards and practices of the profession.