Welcome to our brown bag translation lunch series!
These informal discussions are for students studying or interested in translation and/or interpreting. Hands-on topics are discussed during these biweekly 1-hour meetings. The idea is simple: students bring their lunch and share their experience with translation or interpreting, be it in the classroom, as a volunteer, or during an internship or paid job.
This also the opportunity to ask questions and learn about resources and opportunities offered by the Center for Translation and Interpreting. Occasionally, guest speakers will be invited to present on a specific topic. All meetings are organized and moderated by Dr. Laurence Jay-Rayon, Center for Translation and Interpreting.
On January 27, we are happy to welcome linguistics student Beatriz Marquez who will share her journey to translation at ADP. This is a great opportunity to take a peek into the business world and ask specific questions. All are welcome!
The event is free and will be held in Conrad Schmitt Hall 104 on Wednesday, January 27 from 12-noon to 1 p.m.
For any questions, please contact Dr. Laurence Jay-Rayon, Center for Translation and Interpreting (Schmitt 208), firstname.lastname@example.org, 973-655-2555.