2019 CPC Language Justice Interpreter Training - August 3 & 4 - Asheville, NC
Compas, friends, interpreters and bilingual folks who are interested in interpreting! It's that time again. Time for CPC's annual Language Justice Interpreter Training.

The training is targeted towards interpreters, high school students and community members who want to learn more about:
*Language justice
*Consecutive & simultaneous interpretation
*Tips & exercises to improve interpreting skills
*Creating multilingual spaces

The workshop is from 9:00am-4:00pm. You must commit to participate for both days. Youth programming, light breakfast and lunch will be provided. **Please apply by Monday, July 22nd. Space is limited.**

Your application is not complete until you have submitted this form AND paid for your registration. You will be prompted to pay after completing the application. If you have any questions please contact Ada Volkmer at 828-713-2004 or ada@cpcwnc.org

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CPC's Seeds of Hope will provide children and youth programming designed to explore themes of language justice during the workshop
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We can't wait to meet you! Please tell us a little bit about your experience with interpreting, where you've interpreted and why you're interested in the workshop! *
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CPC offers sliding scale registration for participants. We ask those who are able to pay a higher rate to do so, as to create access for participants who may not be able to. Please tell us below the amount that you will be paying to register. (Please have a credit card ready. A link will appear to pay online after you submit this form.) *
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