Let’s Get Educated – The Role Translation & Interpretation Play in Education

Professional translation and interpreting services share importance in the American educational system. These services ensure clear and accurate communication between school officials and their [...]

The Value Interpreters Share

What motivates people to get up each day and go to work? Some would say great pay, flexible hours, or excellent benefits. Others might express a deep interest in providing a service that impacts [...]

2019 – The Year of Indigenous Languages

In whatever situation you find yourself, communication is key.  That’s a no brainer. Yet, there are many people in the world today left struggling with constant communication barriers. One of the [...]

Down the Interpreting Rabbit Hole

The Joint Commission’s vision is for all people to experience the safest, highest quality, best-value healthcare. Of course, effective communication from registration through after-care [...]

31 Years Later – ASL & the Deaf Community

March 2019 marks the 31st year since the historic protest among the deaf community surrounding Gallaudet University’s election of a hearing person as the seventh president of the school. This [...]

Have You Witnessed Live Interpreting? Me Neither, Until Now.

Vocalink Global’s language interpreters help others communicate across language and culture around 650,000 minutes every month.   Our on-site interpreters facilitate effective communication about [...]

Workplace Safety for Your Multicultural Organization

As we gear up for the Ohio Safety Congress & Expo here at Vocalink, we’re thinking a lot about employee safety and security. When considering workplace safety, it is common to think of [...]

Tips for Working with an Interpreter

We recently reviewed why it is important to use a professional interpreter to ensure effective communication with Limited-English-Proficient (LEP) individuals, whether they’re your patient, [...]

A Professional Interpreter – It’s Worth It

According to the US Census Bureau, more than 25 million Americans speak English “less than very well” [1]. That means this specific population is less able to access adequate health care, [...]

The Right to Remain Silent in Any Language

You Have the Right To Remain Silent Anyone familiar with America police drama TV shows, movies, or books knows these famous lines:   You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can [...]