How to become a professional translator in the DC area
Thread poster: PhotographyCol

PhotographyCol
Germany
Local time: 20:57
English to German
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Nov 1, 2016

A relative of mine is fluent in US English (native speaker) and German. She has studied German in the US and lived in Germany for a year. As she is living in a bilingual family in the DC area she thinks about working as a professional translator/interpreter in the future.

Which undergraduate/graduate/translation programs in the DC area would you recommend to get a strong professional background?

Thanks


 


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