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Recruiting Aboriginal Language Translators In Canada

Recruiting Aboriginal Language Translators in Canada

This presentation was given by one of wintranslation's interns, Jean-René Lavallée and details the basics of how to recruit Aboriginal Language translators. Here are some of the topics the presentation covers: - Aboriginal Language Families (Eskimo-Aleut, Athabascan, Algonquin, Siouan, Iroquoian, Kutenai, Salish, Wakashan & Tsimshian) & Dialects (Cree, Ojibway, Dene,…

Part 5 Finding Translation Contracts

Part 5 Finding Translation Contracts

Build Your Successful Translation Career This presentation was delivered as part of the University of Ottawa's Translation Students' Association's 2013 Translation Weeks. Part five covers: - Working with the Translation Bureau - Be listed in online directories - Standing offers   Previous Part 1 Define Your Success Part 2 What…

Part 4 Using Linkedin To Reach Valuable Contacts

Part 4 Using Linkedin to Reach Valuable Contacts

Build Your Successful Translation Career This presentation was delivered as part of the University of Ottawa's Translation Students' Association's 2013 Translation Weeks. Part four covers: - Linkedin as a research tool for finding valuable contacts - Using Linkedin Groups to find communities of your professional interests - How to reach…

Part 3 Reaching Out To Find Opportunities

Part 3 Reaching Out to Find Opportunities

Build Your Successful Translation Career This presentation was delivered as part of the University of Ottawa's Translation Students' Association's 2013 Translation Weeks. Part three covers: - Presenting yourself through your resume - Using your network - Build your social capital - Networking for beginners   Previous Part 1 Define Your…

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