Only one way to become an interpretor?
Thread poster: Celia Gutiérrez de Rozas
Celia Gutiérrez de Rozas
Spanish to English
+ ...
Aug 18, 2001

Hello

I have just finished my studies at ISIT (the Spanish Institute for the ESIT)on translation and interpreting -although I still have two projects to expose. I have some work experience but still feel insecure for interpreting. I have been advised by some professionals that Brussels seems to be the only way to become a pro in this field within a close market such as Spain. At the moment, I could not apply to go there. Do you know any other way to find a job at interpreting?



Thanks, =)







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