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Engaged Interpreter Training

information about CRLA's Engaged Interpretation training with artwork by Favianna Rodriguez


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About the Training

California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc. (CRLA), in partnership with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) and Instituto de Traductores e Intérpretes en Lenguas Indígenas en el Estado de Guerrero (ITILIG), is building a network of skilled interpreters with a commitment to language justice. This 50-hour introduction to community legal interpreting is open to aspiring and experienced interpreters of all levels. Graduates will receive a certificate of completion and may have opportunities for paid interpreting work with CRLA. 

Please read the application thoroughly and apply by June 18, 2023.


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