The American Translators Association is now accepting presentation proposals for ATA’s 56th Annual Conference in Miami

ATA 56th Annual Conference
Hyatt Regency Miami
Miami, Florida
November 4-7, 2015

The American Translators Association is now accepting presentation proposals for ATA’s 56th Annual Conference in Miami (November 4-7, 2015).
ATA Annual Conference: How to Submit a Proposal for 2015

The ATA Annual Conference draws 1,500 attendees, bringing together
translators, interpreters, educators, language services companies,
and project managers. Making a presentation to such a diverse audience
is an excellent strategy to gain recognition as a leader and expert
in your field.
ATA Annual Conference: Best of Everything!

Speaking at an ATA Annual Conference is both challenging and rewarding.
A competitive peer-review process, with an emphasis on relevant topics
in the translation and interpreting communities, is used to select
presentations. The prestige of being accepted—as well as a
discount on conference registration fees—is an unbeatable benefit
of presenting.
ATA Annual Conference: Presenters in 2014

Submissions are invited from all areas of translation and interpreting,
including education, finance, law, medicine, literature, science,
technology, terminology, independent contracting, language services
companies, and business management. Sessions may be general or
language specific.
ATA Annual Conference: Presentations in 2014

You do not need to be an ATA member to submit a proposal. If you know
someone who would make a great presentation, please encourage them
to submit today!
Learn More About Submitting an ATA Conference Proposal

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