Co>lab Mexico Registration - 2020
Hey future co>laborator. This is gonna be a blast. Registration takes just a few minutes.

A few reminders before you begin. Given that co>lab is a peer practice intensive rather than an instructional course, participation requires either a degree in Conference Interpreting or at least 50 conference days. If you don't quite meet these requirements, we would still love to have you along for the ride as one of our co>lab crew members (See:
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First Name(s) *
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Last Name(s) *
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WhatsApp Number *
Please include plus (+) and your country code.
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City and Country of Residence *
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May we share your contact information with the other co>lab participants? *
May we share course photos in which you may appear in co>lab materials and social media?
Interpretation Background & Experience *
Please tell us a bit about your education and/or professional experience in Conference Interpreting so that we can best leverage what everyone brings to the table. We love interpreters from all walks of life, but because co>lab is peer-based practice and not an instructional course, we do require participants to have either a degree in Conference Interpreting or 50 working days of experience so make sure to mention one of these qualifications below.
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Your Website or LinkedIn Page
So we can get to know you!
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A-Language(s) *
Title of your Presentation for Simultaneous *
Your presentation should be delivered in your native language, preferably accompanied by a visual aid such as a powerpoint or speaking notes at a minimum, and last approximately 20 minutes. More on Speechmaking here:
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Title of your Speech for Consecutive (Optional)
Should you have a speech prepared or wish to prepare one for our consecutive rounds, we would be delighted! Your speech is to be delivered in your A-language; may be accompanied by a visual aid if you would like; and last 4-7 minutes.
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Topic for Reporting Live! (Optional)
Reporting Live! is a time for us to brief one another about what is going on in the world in a digestible way. Ideally, this will require little preparation. You just give us the scoop on what is happening in your corner of the world, a topic that the rest of us might not be as familiar with. Past topics have included Physician-assisted death in Canada, the Dilma impeachment in Brazil, the South Sudanese Civil War and the Russia-Ukraine tensions. (Approximately 10 minutes in duration.) Not required, but a whole lot of fun!
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Co>lab Conversations Suggestions
We've found that when interpreters get together, we want to interpret, but we also like to discuss the field at large. So we created co>lab conversations to discuss the hot-button topics that everyone wants to talk about but doesn't know how to begin the conversation. Past topics have included Remote Conference Interpreting, The A,B,C Language Designation System, Elitism in Conference Interpreting, and the So-Called Gray Market. We can assign the topics, but we thought it would be nice to hear suggestions from you! What aspect of the interpreting profession would you like to discuss as a group? (We won't use your name, we promise!)
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What are you interested in gaining from co>lab? *
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Participation in Co>lab Extras *
Please mark the activities you plan to participate in:
Acknowledgement of Commitment *
I understand that co>lab is peer-based and thus it is essential that I am present EVERYDAY for the WHOLE DAY in order to provide speech material, feedback to my colleagues, and relay, in addition to interpreting. I agree to forgo my other professional obligations in order to be present for the whole course, except in the case of family emergency or illness.
Final Steps: you're almost done!
1. Jot down your speech topics so you'll have them handy when you go to prepare.

2. Don't forget to hit the "submit" button at the bottom of this form. You will see a message confirming your registration. An automated copy of your registration will be emailed to you with the option to edit your information, such as your speech topics, at a later date, if necessary.

3. Your payment confirms your spot. The co>lab fee is $480 + $65 (on-site lunches) = $545.
Here's the payment link:

Mexican taxpayers receive an $100 discount and can pay using this link:

4. See the co>lab website for information about where to stay:

About two months prior to our intensive, we will be in touch with a series of emails chock full of logistics and details. Meanwhile, if you have any questions email your co>lab coordinators, Laura ( or Lauren (
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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