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Column Highlights

In this issue: ATA’s client outreach efforts; Good news from ATA Treasurer Ted Wozniak; What you need to know about on-site translation work; and the ATA Certification Program’s annual Language Chairs Meeting.

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    ATA’s Annual Conference: A Gauge for Professional Growth

    From the President

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    New for San Francisco: Advanced Skills and Training (AST) Day

    From the President-Elect

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    Client Outreach Update

    From the Executive Director

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    Update on ATA Finances

    Treasurer’s Report

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    Have You Made It?

    Interpreters Forum

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    On-Site Translation Work

    Entrepreneurial Linguist

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Bonus Features

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      Latest ATA Podcast

      Join ATA Certification Committee Chair David Stephenson and Deputy Chair Michèle Hansen to find out more about ATA’s computerized certification exam option.

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      Literary translation is hard. Literary translation of sung lyrics that remain singable in translation is harder. And, perhaps hardest of all, is literary translation of sung lyrics for dubbing.

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      Blog Trekker

      Translation careers go through phases, some exciting and some not so much. As we get more experienced, one of the phases that can wreck your career is misplaced confidence.

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