Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair

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Meet the Intelligence Community Online

Tuesday, February 26, 2 p.m. – 8 p.m. ET

The United States Intelligence Community (IC), an integrated network of agencies that work together to protect our nation’s security, is seeking a culturally diverse, technologically savvy and skilled workforce for exciting careers in a number of fields. Join us at the IC Virtual Career Fair to explore career opportunities, chat with recruiters and subject matter experts, and learn how to apply for job openings.

Registration opened January 15. Go to Space is limited! To guarantee your entrance into this event, pre-registration is highly encouraged.

• Visit IC agencies’ virtual booths
• Chat with recruiters and subject matter experts in real-time
• Attend live presentations
• Explore currently available jobs
• Learn about internships and other opportunities for students
• Link to IC agency Web sites and online application systems
• Network with other job seekers
• Accounting, Budgeting, Auditing, Contracting, Financial Management
• Administration – Human Resources, Logistics, Public Affairs, Clinical Psychology, etc.
• Clandestine Services
• Computer Science, Computer Engineering
• Cybersecurity, Information Assurance
• Data Scientists
• Engineering – Electrical and Electronics
• Mathematics and Physical Science
• Foreign Language – Language Analysts and Officers, Instructors, Contract Linguists
• Information Technology
• Intelligence Analysis – Economic, Cultural, Imagery, Military, Open Source, Regional and Technical
• Program/Project Management
• Security, Police
• Special Agents
• Student Internships, Co-op Positions

*Priority languages include: All African languages, Arabic (all dialects), Cambodian, Dari, Farsi, Hebrew, Hindi and other languages of India, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, all Chinese Languages, Pashto, Russian, Tajik, Turkish, Urdu and other languages of Pakistan, and Vietnamese. Note: Not all IC agencies participating in the IC Virtual Career Fair have openings in all languages; however, FBI Language Services and the National Virtual Translation Center have contract linguist opportunities available in almost any language, including French and Spanish.

The following IC agencies and components will be participating in the fair:
• Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
• Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
• Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
• Federal Bureau of Investigation Language Services Section (FBI LSS)
• National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
• National Security Agency (NSA)
• National Virtual Translation Center (NVTC) (NGA)

U.S. citizenship is required. The United States Intelligence Community is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Bridging the Gap: Medical Interpreter Training Workshop


Location: Nationalities Service Center, 1216 Arch Street, 4th Floor, Philadelphia, PA
Cost: $500.00 plus $60.00 for Language proficiency test. Test fee is waived for students who have successfully completed our Introduction to Interpretation Workshop.


Professional and high-quality foreign language interpreters are a crucial part of health care delivery as hospitals, clinics, schools, and doctors’ offices serve a growing and diverse population of immigrants and patients with limited or no English proficiency. Delivering accurate medical information to the patients and health care providers can save lives. This 40-hour training course trains bilingual health care professionals, interpreters, and translators in the theory, mechanics, ethics, and business of the medical interpretation field.

Learn more at


For questions or to register, please contact:

Suzanne Grossman
Sales and Marketing, Department of Interpretation & Translation
(215) 609-1544


54th Annual Conference

The American Translators Association (ATA) will host its 54th Annual Conference 
in San Antonio, Texas November 6-9. This conference showcases diverse panel 
discussions, expert presentations, training workshops, and scholarly papers. 
Both general and language-specific sessions will be offered. The conference also 
offers language professionals one of the best opportunities to network with 
colleagues. For conference information see

For questions, contact Ms. Lauren Mendell, Member Relations and Office Manager
Phone: +1-703- 683-6100, extension 3001

French-English Legal Terminology Workshop

March 6, 2013 9:00 am – 10:00 pm

Presented by Suzanne Deliscar for eCPD Webinars

During this 3-part online workshop, participants will learn common English translations for a variety of French legal terms, enabling them to complete a comprehensive glossary. The workshop will be interactive, including tests and polls throughout to encourage participant engagement. Finally, all participants will be provided with the opportunity to complete a French>English legal translation sample, which will then be marked offline by the instructor, Suzanne Deliscar, a Canadian lawyer-linguist. Please note that the terminology discussed in this course would be terms used in the North American context.

Next course starts on: 6 March 2013 at 9 am EST (2 pm GMT). There will be 3 sessions at one week intervals (6 March, 13 March and 20 March) at the same time each week.
To register and pay please visit this link:

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Cost: $162 USD (approx. £110) including personal feedback on your assignment.

This course is approved for three (3) ATA CE Points.

National Capital Area Translators Association (NCATA)
PO Box 60154 Washington, DC 20039
(202) 670-0282 ph | |