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Thread poster: Alejandra Gutierrez

Alejandra Gutierrez  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 11:55
English to Spanish
Feb 17, 2014

Hello,
I am starting my career as a translator and in order to gain experience I've been working for a few non-profit organizations as a volunteer. Is that OK to ask them for feedback for my profile in Proz.com or should it be paying clients only?
Thanks in advance!
Alejandra.


 

Süleyman Tuhanioğlu  Identity Verified
Local time: 19:55
English to Turkish
+ ...
Sure Feb 17, 2014

It is of course OK to ask them for feedback. The feedback will reflect your experience and your talent whether it is from a paying client or from a non-profit organization.

 

Mario Freitas  Identity Verified
Brazil
Local time: 14:55
Member (2014)
English to Portuguese
+ ...
A reference is a reference Feb 17, 2014

It's absolutely OK to ask for their feedback. Volunteer work is a noble initiative and it only adds to your CV. If the company identifies itself as a company, and if it's a well-konwn company, so much better. The reference comments will likely not mention your work was volunteer, but it surely will mention how good it was.

[Edited at 2014-02-17 20:13 GMT]


 


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