National Capital Area Translators Association (a chapter of the ATA) NCATA

Name National Capital Area Translators Association (a chapter of the ATA)
Abbreviation NCATA
Organization Type Association
Website http://www.ncata.org
Contact Name Ms. Marjon van den Bosch
Contact Title President
Contact Phone 1 (202) 670 0282
Address P.O. Box 60154
City Washington, DC 20039-0154
Country United States
Description











What is NCATA?







NCATA was established in 1980 and is now one of the largest local chapters of the American Translators Association (ATA). Our steady increase in membership during the past decade testifies to the importance of the translation and interpreting professions in the Washington, DC area.







Anyone actively involved in translating and/or interpreting, or interested in either field, may join NCATA. These are the only conditions for membership. ATA membership or residency in the Washington metro area are not required.



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