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Think Conference: Report from Director of Professional Development

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] by Carole Lazorisak Director of Professional Development [/av_textblock] [av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=”] [av_toggle title=’English Version’ tags=”] English Version Happy Summer! Hope you are enjoying the summer!  It’s great to have time off, and enjoy the pace of having leisure time.  Perhaps for two months? Or a month as some of […]

Public Relations and Outreach Report – July 2016

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] by Jeremy Rogers Director of Public Relations & Outreach [/av_textblock] [av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=”] [av_toggle title=’English Translation’ tags=”] English Translation Hello! My name is Jeremy Rogers, Director of Public Relations & Outreach for CIT. I am so excited for our upcoming conference this October in Lexington, Kentucky! Lexington is a […]

Three Lessons for Interpreter Education in a Flattening World

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] Advice for Digital Immigrants by Doug Bowen-Bailey CIT Webmaster [/av_textblock] [av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=”] [av_toggle title=’English Translation’ tags=”] At the beginning of June 2016, I had a day that caught me both looking forward and reflecting backward when it comes to post-secondary education.  On the first Friday of June, my […]

Treasurer’s Report, April-June 2016

Treasurer’s Report, April-June, 2016 Below is the Treasurer’s Report for the quarter ending June 30,2016: Business Checking:  $41,540.52 Business High Yield Savings:  $139,623.20  Account Balance Total:  $181,163.72 It is great that many of you have already renewed your annual membership dues.   Some of you are taking advantage of the two-year renewal option.  I know […]

Secretary’s Report – July 2016

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] by Jessica Bentley-Sassaman CIT Secretary [/av_textblock] [av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=”] [av_toggle title=’English Version’ tags=”] Hello it’s Jessica Bentley-Sassaman, the CIT Secretary. So far our board has been meeting and I have been taking the meeting minutes. After the board approves the meeting minutes, I post them on the CIT website. […]

Job Posting: Univ of Rochester – Sign Language Technical Associate

University of Rochester Position opening: Sign Language Technical Associate Purpose: To provide resources for translation and interpreting services for American Sign Language Program, including responsibility for evaluation, oversight and hiring of freelance interpreters for highly technical academic work; interpret for meetings between Deaf faculty and other faculty, the Dean, and the University President as well […]

Call for Conference Volunteers – 2016

 CIT Conference 2016 October 25 to October 30, 2016 Downtown Hilton Lexington, Kentucky Call for Volunteers: Interpreting Students/Deaf Individuals The Conference of Interpreter Trainers is seeking the assistance of interpreting students and Deaf individuals from the local community to volunteer at our CIT Conference this fall. Volunteers will have the opportunity to meet renowned presenters, […]

Job Posting: EIPA Coordinator

EIPA Coordinator Full-Time position, Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm.  Responsibilities include providing sign language instruction for educational interpreters, training teams in the Educational Interpreter Performance Appraisal (EIPA) process, and conducting independent evaluations of interpreters using EIPA tools.  This position will also work as a team member to produce various educational products for dissemination.  Qualified individuals must have a […]

NCIEC Classroom Modules

The National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers (NCIEC) has had the privilege of serving the fields of ASL/English interpreting and interpreter education since October 2005. The federal funding for the NCIEC will come to a close on September 30, 2016. Each center is working diligently up to the final day to offer our high quality […]