The Achieving College/Career Excellence through Student Success (ACCESS) grant initiative is currently seeking interpreters/translators. Interpretation and translation services are needed at grant schools in Baltimore City and Prince George's Public School Districts in Maryland to communicate the grant's goals and objectives to Spanish-speaking students and families via classroom lessons, parent workshops, newsletters, and various other means of communication. If you aspire to work with students and families to increase their college and career readiness, consider applying.
In addition to the aforementioned, the ACCESS interpreter/translator will:
Commit to tutoring 1 -4 hours per week,
demonstrate superior formal and informal oral and written skills in English and Spanish;
provide verbal interpretation/translation services for grant participants on an as needed basis;
provide timely and accurate production of publications, letters, brochures, and announcements;
communicate needs to the Site Project Coordinator; and
demonstrate enthusiasm for college and career readiness, as well as the ACCESS initiatives.
Interested individuals should have a Bachelor's degree and be fluent in both English and Spanish.
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