2020 Application Now Open + Information Sessions Now Online

The wait is over!

Found in Translation is excited to announce that the application for the Class of 2020 of our Language Access Fellowship program is NOW OPEN!


All applications are online, and due by April 30th. Please review our website for more information and tips about our selection process. Click here for more information and our application.

Information Sessions

Due to the developing COVID-19 situation in Massachusetts, we have transitioned our upcoming March information sessions to online webinars in the interest of public safety. Details about the webinar schedule can be found here.

Webinars are online video presentations. Anyone can watch webinars from a computer or smartphone, or even listen in on the phone. If possible, we highly recommend you watch the webinar as then you will be able to see the slides of the presentation.

To join a webinar via a computer or smartphone, you should click the link provided at the time the webinar is set to begin. You will be asked for your email address in order to sign in. You do NOT need to register or create a password. We will only use this email address to send you a follow-up email about our application. For more guidance about joining a webinar, please see this article.

Please note that we do not have the capacity to provide personalized technical assistance for individuals interested in joining our webinars.

We understand that this change may still pose a challenge for some. If you are unable to attend the webinar, a video recording will soon be available on our website along with any additional materials.

Please also note that much of the information provided in our webinars is available on our website, and that attending or viewing an information session webinar is not required to submit an application.

If you have any questions not answered in our materials, please email them to us at [email protected]

Thank you for your patience and understanding. We look forward to your applications!


The Found in Translation Team