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The agenda for all things French happening in the Southeast

Upcoming Events
June 23
Competitive examination for the recruitment of French Translators ⁄ Précis Writers. It will establish rosters from which vacancies for French Language Translators ⁄ Précis Writers (P-2⁄P-3) at the United Nations Offices in New York, Vienna, Nairobi, and Geneva will be filled. Deadline for submitting applications was April 16.
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August 3-5
Translate in Chantilly, a 2.5-day workshop-based conference focusing on writing skills for translators targeting the top end of the market. The event will offer plenaries plus two tracks, French > English and English > French, with outstanding instructors and sessions.

This will be the first appearance of the “Translate in” event in Europe and is organized by the SFT.

ATA members who sign up before May 30 benefit from the special earlybird price for associations. VAT is also waived if you are based outside the EU.
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November 4-7
American Translators Association
56th Annual Conference
Hyatt Regency Miami, Miami, FL
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Welcome — Bienvenue
Welcome to the French Language Division of the American Translators Association (ATA). Our membership is open to all ATA members in good standing who support the following aims of the Division:
To serve as a means of communication among its members
To provide information and service to its members in specific fields of interest related to translation and/or interpretation into or from French
To organize meetings, to further cooperation and information exchanges among members, to formulate and advance standards to assist members in their profession, and to promote the policies and objectives of the Association
To disseminate information to the public about translating and interpreting

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If you are a translator or interpreter working into or out of French, studying to enter the profession, or engaged in a related activity, take advantage of the many benefits of membership in the ATA French Language Division.
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