Interpreter Certificate Programs: Community, Legal & Medical Certificates

Effective May 20, 2020, for the foreseeable future, the Interpreter Studies program has been discontinued.  We hope to offer another Interpreter program, but we do not have a date. 

Historic information, including course descriptions, is available here.  

Interested in learning more about Interpreting?  Visit NETA's website:

Interpreting During COVID-19

Recommended guidelines for Best Practices for Interpreters during COVID-19

Interpreter Faculty Member in the News

Marta Solis Rodriguez, who taught Community Interpreting, was featured in the New York Times.

Yilu Ma, who taught in the Chinese-speaker program, was featured in a piece on WBUR.

Feng Zhou, who taught in the Chinese-speaker program, has published an autobiography called The Interpreter Has Arrived about his journey to America and working as an Interpreter.   


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