15 September, 7-8pm. Online via Zoom. Register for free here.
Join Indira Guzman of the Community Language Cooperative, based in Colorado, United States, for an hour-long session exploring how they started their co-operative, their operational model, the services they offer, and the benefits of being a co-operative in the translator and interpreter industry.
Are you interested in finding out about translators and interpreters co-operatives? How they offer benefits to self-employed practitioners? How they are different from private agencies? And how you might set one up with others in the industry?
This event is part of a series to support translators and interpreters in the Preston City Region to explore the co-operative model.
Who is the Community Language Cooperative?
The Community Language Cooperative provides interpretation services, focus groups, and inclusivity/diversity training to make community, academic, and governmental events more accessible for all. We help remove barriers and broaden opportunities for participation and community engagement by non-English speakers, and train organisations on implementation of inclusivity practices.
Find out more their work here.
Who's the event for?
This event is for translators and interpreters based in the Preston City Region who are interested in exploring co-operative models for their personal practice and industry.
(Photo courtesy, Confluence. The staff of Community Language Cooperative.)