Fall Classes: Introduction to Translation

We are pretty sure you are not thinking about the fall (yet). Rather, you are enjoying the gorgeous summer! However, here's just a quick note to let you know that UC San Diego Extension just opened up the two fall sessions for Judy's Introduction to Translation class (all online). It's a five-week class and it's $200. The class is limited to the first 20 people who register, and there are usually quite a few disappointed folks on the waiting list, so if you are interested, be sure to sign up early. Have a look at UC San Diego's certificate program for English/Spanish translation. This class will give you a solid overview of the industry, what it takes  to be successful, and will allow you to discover if translation is a profession that you'd like to pursue.


blackheart on August 13, 2012 at 12:39 PM said...

I would like to attend that class. I was actually looking into it recently, little did I know one of the instructors would be you. I've seen your posts on Twitter. My biz name is Laguardia Translation. Your website is really informational. Thanks

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