Congratulations to the Newly Elected ATA Officers and Directors!
ATA held its regularly scheduled elections on Thursday, October 26, 2023 at the Annual Meeting of Voting Members during ATA’s 64th Annual Conference.
ATA's Certification Program
ATA established its certification program in 1973 to provide a framework for recognizing professional-quality work. Learn more about the program, its history, and ongoing commitment to achieve its goals. Learn More!
Watch an overview of the exam, what it tests for, how it’s graded, how to prepare, and how to register.
Become an ATA Member
ATA members are ready for any challenge with the support of a collaborative community, effective education, and marketing assistance.
Join an ATA Division
To succeed in today's competitive economy, you need specialized knowledge and an inside track. Being a member of an ATA division is a great way to meet these practical needs of your business.
The American Foundation for Translation and Interpretation (AFTI)
AFTI promotes the interest of supporting professional translators and interpreters by gifting awards and scholarships, supporting charitable activities, and making research grants.
AFTI is a 501(c)(3) foundation affiliated with the American Translators Association.
Your donation helps supports charitable activities, education, and research in support of the translation and interpreting professions.
AFTI promotes this objective by bestowing awards and scholarships, as well as sponsoring conference attendance and presentations.
Advocacy & Outreach
ATA supports the issues affecting translators and interpreters and actively promotes the value of their services.
In April, ATA joined forces with the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Jersey to draft an amicus brief…Keep Reading
On Thursday, August 3, 2023, ATA President Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo sent a letter to the California Senate Appropriations Committee on behalf of the ATA Advocacy Committee urging legislators to oppose…Keep Reading