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5 Steps on how our ONLINE Medical Interpreter Class works:

  1. TAKE OUR ONLINE CLASS TO BECOME A CERTIFIED NATIONAL INTERPRETER
  2. PASS THE 48 HOUR EXAM WITHIN 2- 3 WEEKS
  3. RECEIVE A LANGUAGE INTERPRETER CERTIFICATE
  4. Diversity Employment Services  WILL FIND YOU A JOB WITH A COMPANY IN YOUR REGION
  5. START EARNING $15 – $50 HOUR AND BECOME INDEPENDENT AND SUCCESSFUL

 

 

 

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In an exciting and prolific industry, we invite you to stay ahead of the competition. Let us help you get and stay ahead of the power curve with our IMIA accredited Interpreter Development Program.

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics the field of professional interpretation and translation is slated to grow over 40 percent over the 8 years. [1]

That is over four times faster than the total for all other occupations.

The reason for this: The population of Limited English Proficient individuals in the United States is rapidly accelerating.

The LEP population grew over 80 percent from 1990 – 2010, in the United States. Correspondingly, that is also four times faster than the total US population in that time, which only grew 20%. [2]

It’s no surprise then why the field of professional interpretation and translation will continue to grow. Though as the field develops, so does its competitiveness and client’s professional requirements are increasing accordingly.

As an agency with customers and affiliations covering full spectrum of the industry, we are always on top of what’s around the corner. By sharing this knowledge and expertise we can help you further your career. We invite you to stay ahead of the power curve by looking into our course offerings.

 

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  1.  Monica Whatley, Jeanne Batalova (July 24 2013). “Limited English Proficient Population of the United States

  1. Occupational Outlook Handbook (January 8, 2014) U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics.

 

 

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Hospital and care facilities:

 

  • Children’s National Medical Center

  • George Washington University Hospital

  • Hospital for Sick Children

  • Howard University Hospital

  • MedStar Georgetown University Hospital

  • MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital

  • MedStar Washington Hospital Center

  • Providence Hospital

  • Psychiatric Institute of Washington

  • Sibley Memorial Hospital

  • Specialty Hospital of Washington – Capitol Hill

  • Specialty Hospital of Washington – Hadley

  • St. Elizabeths Hospital

  • United Medical Center (formerly Greater Southeast Community Hospital)

Military hospitals

  • Walter Reed Army Medical Center

  • Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center

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