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Durham Technical Community College presents…

The Community Interpreter© International
A 40-hour, language-neutral, interpreter training program created by

Cross Cultural Communications.

Have you thought about becoming a medical or community interpreter? Are you bilingual?
Join us! Instruction is in English. Participants are matched up in language pairs. ALL
language pairs are welcome. This is NOT a language course. This is a program to prepare you
for an exciting new career as a community or medical interpreter!

Register here

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