Language does not only involve grammar. A translation must take into account cultural aspects of the person's language (Spanish). How you say it can be as important as what you say.
SPECIALIZATION: EDUCATION, POLITICS, LEGAL, CULTURE, RESTUARANT
WORKED, LIVED AND STUDIED:
Chicago, Illinois (Puerto Rico/Mexican neighborhood)
Ponce, Puerto Rico (Second biggest city in the Island)
My agency is just starting out. I am more interested, at the moment, in developing a clientel and move up to more advanced jobs and assignments.
I have a BA in Spanish (emphasis in business translation and minor in Latin American STudies) from Northern Illinois University. I have a MEd in Education (English as a Second Language)from the Catholic University of Puerto Rico. I also have 26 graduate credit hours from CUPR Law School.
I taught English in Puerto Rico public schools for 10 years.
I teach Spanish (Beginners and native speakers) at a Houston public High School (Charles Milby).
I teach ESOL a college level (San Jacinto.
USArmy Reserves (E-4): Multi-channel operator, Fort Allen, Puerto Rico.
Work manual construction labor in Chicago and Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rican Restuarant (family owned) in Chicago.
ILLA TRANSLATIONS/TRADUCCIONES: Own translationg agency. Specialized in translating English to Spanish graduate materials for graduate students at university level.