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A Step-by-Step Manual: How to Give a School Outreach Presentation and Tips for Capturing a Winning Photo

January 19, 2017

School by school, class by class, ATA members have shared their careers in ways that captured the imagination of students everywhere—from elementary schools to middle schools, colleges, and universities. Telling the real-world stories of translators and interpreters is as exciting as it is important to the profession.

Join the effort to bring translation and interpreting careers to the classroom!

Attend this webinar for a step-by-step guide to making an ATA School Outreach presentation. Molly Yurick, the 2015 School Outreach Contest winner, will walk you through everything you need to know, including how to find a school, what to say, and where to go for resources.

Win a free registration to next year’s ATA Annual Conference!

Get a photo of yourself with students in the classroom and you just might win a free registration to the ATA Annual Conference. The School Outreach Contest is your chance to win big, and Molly’s got the tips to help you do it!

What will you learn?

  • How to find your personal motivation
  • How to discover which age group is best for you
  • How to find the right school How to prepare, including resources
  • How to take a winning photo for the School Outreach Contest


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About the Presenter

Molly Yurick is a Spanish>English translator specializing in the tourism, hospitality and airline industries. She has worked as a medical interpreter in Minnesota and as a cultural ambassador for the Ministry of Education in Spain. Molly earned a B.A. in Spanish and Global Studies and a Certificate in Medical Interpreting from the University of Minnesota. She is currently living in northern Spain. Check out Yurick Translations online!


January 19, 2017
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Presenter(s): Molly Yurick
Duration: 60 minutes
Presenting Language(s): Presented in English
Level: All

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