Poll: Are you a member of a local translators/interpreters association?
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Muriel Vasconcellos  Identity Verified
United States
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Not currently Mar 31

When I lived in Washington, D.C., I was active in both the American Translators Association, headquartered there, and the local ATA chapter. I have not joined the chapter here in San Diego.

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Teresa Borges
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Yes Mar 31

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Anna Herbst  Identity Verified
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Yes Mar 31

I am a member of AUSIT.

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Robin Levey
Chile
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Please define "local" in the context of the question Mar 31

If pollsters on a translators'/interpreters' website can't get a grip on the proper meaning of words, what hope for our so-called "profession"?

If by "local" the pollster really means "local" (or even, in my circumstances, "regional"), my answer is "There are none where I live".

If by "local" the pollster means "national", my answer is "No". There is a "national" association here in Chile ( www.cotich.cl ), of which I am not a member. Its HQ is over 700 km from my workplace, so hardly "local". And, as Graucho Marx is reputed to have said (approximately): "If they’d have me as a member, I wouldn’t want to join - unless they promised to reimburse me 3 days' worth of viaticos to attend each of their meetings in Santiago."

RL


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Julian Holmes  Identity Verified
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Yes Apr 1

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No prize or cigar for guessing what this stands for.


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Mario Freitas  Identity Verified
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No Apr 2

And I don't ever intend to be.

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