Austin Area Translators & Interpreters Association

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State government, the main campus of the University of Texas, and a vibrant high-tech industry all call Austin home. And with the Mexican border just a few miles away, Austin has become a gateway to Latin American trade and culture. No wonder the city has attracted a large pool of highly qualified people who provide translation and interpretation services in many languages.

Since 1985, AATIA has brought together language specialists to share expertise, provide opportunities to learn more about the tools and techniques of professional translators and interpreters, and promote the recognition of translation and interpretation in the larger community. Today—with its strong regional, national, and international ties—AATIA is one of the largest and most active associations of professional translators and interpreters in the country.

Members and guests get together at bimonthly meetings and other events, including those arranged by Special Interest Groups. AATIA also holds frequent workshops on a variety of subjects and periodically sponsors accreditation workshops and exams in conjunction with the American Translators Association (ATA).

AATIA has also cohosted national conferences and seminars with the American Literary Translators Association (ALTA), the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT), and ATA.

Not yet a member? Review the benefits and submit your membership application.

AATIA is one of the nation’s leading resources and advocates for the translation and interpretation community. Our mission: to serve AATIA members through education, networking, and promotion of translation and interpretation professions.

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