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DePaul’s Translator and Interpreter Corps (TIC) is a unique opportunity for students to gain experience with the professional world of translation and interpretation while having access to DePaul resources such as translation and interpreting courses, faculty with experience and expertise in the field, and the
Tutoring & Language Learning Center. This exposure puts students at a significant advantage upon completion of their degree, as their TIC experience provides them with awareness of the skills needed, the processes involved, and the working conditions of the translation and interpreting field.
The program provides students with training and experiential learning in translation and interpreting as well as intercultural communication. The program allows students to help provide language access to individuals and entities that need it, while developing skills that can be applied in professional settings.
Student Learning Outcomes
TIC students can expect to:
TIC work requires a professional level of commitment, attention and responsibility. A TIC student may be working with individuals who are in need of language access for their immigration process; proper handling of sensitive information, confidentiality, and awareness of context is necessary for TIC students to effectively perform these duties.
For details about the application process, please email email@example.com.
The Department of Modern Languages offers translation and interpreting courses as well as a number of translation and interpreting programs for any students interested in receiving relevant training, whether to supplement their TIC work or as an independent path toward professional development in the fields of translation and interpreting. If you have any questions, please contact Elias Shakkour, TIC Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The language programs in the Department of Modern Languages offer a variety of translation and interpreting courses throughout the year. Some of these are: