What’s Happening with CIT
- New IJIE Editors AnnouncedAugust 15, 2014 - 7:54 pm
CIT is pleased to announce that Ineke Crezee and George Major will be serving as co-editors for the International Journal of Interpreter Education. You can read more about their experience in the brief bios below. They are replacing Jemina Napier who has recently stepped down after serving in the position for six years. Our gratitude goes […]
- Reasons to Attend the 2014 CIT ConferenceJuly 30, 2014 - 11:38 am
The CIT Conference Committee shares a variety of reasons to attend the conference in Portland. Check out this video. English Summary: The following is a written summary of the ASL video. Note that this provides the content but doesn’t do justice to the humor in the video. It is definitely worth watching. Opening: […]
- July 2014 CIT News Now availableJuly 10, 2014 - 2:10 pm
The July edition of the CIT News is now available. Check out what is included in the revolving table of contents below. The newsletter is a benefit of membership. Not a member, consider joining.
- Volume 6(1) of International Journal of Interpreter Education Now AvailableJune 9, 2014 - 10:58 am
CIT is proud to announce the publication of Volume 6(1) of the International Journal of Interpreter Education. Our special thanks goes to Jemina Napier who has served as editor for the IJIE for the first 6 years. She is stepping down from this position, though will be helping with transition for new editors to carry on […]
- Call for Student/Deaf VolunteersMay 16, 2014 - 4:41 pm
The Conference of Interpreter Trainers is looking for students who are currently studying to become interpreters and Deaf people to assist by volunteering at our CIT Conference this fall. By volunteering, students and Deaf volunteers will have the opportunity to meet nationally-known presenters, researchers and authors, and experience exciting activities. Volunteers will assist in different […]
The Conference of Interpreter Trainers is a professional organization dedicated to laying the educational foundations for interpreters to build bridges of understanding. While focused primarily on interpreters working between American Sign Language and English, we welcome educators who work with other languages, whether signed or spoken.