Working languages:
Japanese to English

Raquelle Brant
3 year translation for city hall, Japan

United States
Local time: 13:19 EST (GMT-5)

Native in: English Native in English
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Account type Freelance translator and/or interpreter
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Services Translation, Interpreting
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Translation education Bachelor's degree - Binghamton University
Experience Years of translation experience: 3. Registered at ProZ.com: Jan 2018.
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I have a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Japanese Studies from Binghamton University. I studied Japanese formally for three years and spent one semester abroad at Kansai Gaidai University, where I did a homestay program. My final year of coursework I undertook a translation project of the light novel 'Welcome to the NHK', where I translated the prologue and first two chapters. I have spent three years on the JET program in Echizen City, Fukui, where I maintained an office in city hall's board of education department and visited 16 elementary schools to teach English and American culture. I prepared lesson plans, PowerPoint presentations, and ESL classroom materials such as picture cards and story books in English and Japanese. Additionally, I was asked to translate and proofread translated documents of various subject matter at city hall. I was appointed by the Fukui Prefectural Board of Education as a volunteer 'block leader' for two years, where I provided translation and interpretation services for other foreign English teachers. I performed a translation for signs in Nishiyama Park in Sabae, Fukui.
Keywords: japanese, ESL, education


Profile last updated
Nov 14



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