Association of Translators and Interpreters of Florida, Inc. Newsletter
February, 2015

Membership has its benefits
   
Our thank you to everyone who renewed by January 31st. We are updating our membership roster to keep our database current and relevant to prospective clients. 

Please make the time to log in to the website and update your extended profile - the one featured in the Professional Directory. It is easy:

1- log in at www.atifonline.org
2- look for the top dark bar on the website page and follow it to the right
3- find your avatar is next to the magnifying glass icon  
4- hover your mouse cursor over the avatar and the Edit My Profile link will appear. Click!

That's it! Go there and let the world know about your skills, expertise and the services you offer. You may also add a photo or a logo for your avatar. Don't be shy!

And after you update your profile, go check the additions to our Resources page in the members-only area. The National Center for Interpreting has a special treat for ATIF members and Congress Network created three (3) packages of their Enersound product just for us - this offer is valid only until March 31st and there may be other restrictions.

ATIF Board
Visit Our Sponsors
Enersound

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NCI
T&I Events 
FEB
2/19 - Third Thursday in Broward. Please RSVP to Edith Oliva, the organizer. We meet at 
(954) 575-5502.

2/21 - Lisa Bell's presentation has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. Please update your calendars

2/2128 - The National Center for Interpretation is offering online events. Visit their site to learn more.

MAR
21/ 2015 - Mayeluz Navarro, agency owner and interpreter trainer, will lead her workshop Play, Learn and Prepare for the National Board Medical Interpreter Exam, which has been awarded 2.6 CIEs (CEAA 14-0090). More Information to come
About ATIF
The Association of Translators and Interpreters of Florida - ATIF, a Chapter of the American Translators Association, is a non-profit professional association incorporated in the State of Florida, in 2009. We are grateful for the support of Florida International University's Translation and Interpretation Program, the International Medical Interpreters Association and the Miami-Dade College InterAmerican Campus.