American
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Financial Translation and Interpreting
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Hyatt Regency   I   Jersey City, New Jersey   I   April 29-May 1, 2005
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Join your colleagues for in-depth, advanced-level sessions on financial translation and interpreting. ATA will provide three full days of sessions presented by experts in the field of finance, including continental breakfasts, a Welcome Reception, an Exhibit Hall, and a Job Marketplace.

Continuing Education Credit: Attendees will earn 10 ATA CE Points. Sessions will also be submitted for CIMCE credit in the States of California and Washington.

Friday-Sunday: Sessions will be presented in specific language combinations, based on languages requested by attendees, as well as several non-language-specific sessions. Don't forget to visit the exhibits and market your skills by taking part in the Job Marketplace. Also, you can enjoy an evening of networking and socializing at the Welcome Reception on Friday.

Language Combinations: Languages offered will be based on registrations received by the Early-Bird deadline, March 4. If there is insufficient registration in your primary pair, you will be offered a full refund, although you may choose to attend all the non-language-specific sessions. Attendees are asked to indicate specific language pairs, but are free to attend sessions in any language. Register Today!

~ An ATA Professional Development Conference ~

Interested in becoming an Exhibitor or Sponsor at this event? Contact Drew MacFadyen at dmacfadyen@mcneill-group.com.

ATA Certification Exam
An ATA certification exam will be held on Sunday, May 1. This will be a standard exam, not specialty-specific. To register, complete the Eligibility Requirements Form and Examination Registration Form.
ATA Mentoring Workshop
A skill-building workshop for new mentors and mentees on Thursday, April 28. To learn more, please visit the Mentoring Program section of the ATA website.

 

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