New England Translators Association annual conference - Boston, MA - May 6, 2017
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Feb 21, 2017

Mark your calendars: The 21st annual New England Translators Association conference will be held on Saturday, May 6, once again at UMass Boston. The conference will offer plenty of opportunities for professionals and students in the fields of translation and interpreting to attend presentations and workshops on new technology as well as network.

The theme of the conference is Translation & Interpreting as Access: What We Provide Matters and the conference itself will feature four different tracks: translation, interpreting, auxiliary/technical services and student presentations. The varied sessions will offer opportunities to hear speakers address current, industry-relevant topics as well as engage in panel presentations with ample time for questions and discussions.

We are honored to welcome Christopher Larkosh from UMass Dartmouth as our keynote speaker and are equally honored that Barry S. Olsen from InterpretAmerica will be joining the conference as our endnote speaker.

Register now - discounted early-bird registration rates only available until March 1. For more information and updates as the conference draws closer as well as details on registration please visit NETA’s website at and Facebook page at


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