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Delaware Valley Translators Association (DVTA)
|Name || Delaware Valley Translators Association |
|Web site||http://www.dvta.org |
|Contact Name||Anne Connor|
|Contact Name Title||President|
|Contact Phone||+1 (215) 222-0955|
|Address|| 970 Telegraph Road|
|City||Coatesville , Coatesville |
|Description||Delaware Valley Translators Association is devoted to improving communications among translators and interpreters and those interested in these fields, and promoting high professional standards. was organized in the early 1960's by Delaware Valley translators affiliated with the American Translators Association, and continues to be a cooperating group of the national organization. It is devoted to improving communications among translators and interpreters and those interested in these fields, and promoting high professional standards. It serves as a clearinghouse for information on literature and new developments in the fields of translation and interpretation, and provides an opportunity to meet and discuss subjects of mutual interest. It acts as local talent bank for business and industry, providing information on, and referrals to, available experts in various fields of specialization and various languages. It publishes a newsletter and provides a directory of its members.|
|ProZ.com community affiliation||Affiliation with this organization by at least 104 users of ProZ.com.|
|Type of Organization||Association|
|Admission criteria || Has admission criteria. |
1) All members of ATA from the geographic area are eligible to join.
2) If not an ATA member, then you must demonstrate that you are a professional in the field. Just like the "certified PRO" in PROZ. Therefore, it is not just anyone who can join.
For more information please visit http://www.dvta.org/dvta_membership_info.php
|Training||Does not offer training. |
|Credential||Offers credential(s). [Info] [Dates] |
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