Dear Found in Translation community,

We are monitoring the ongoing efforts in Massachusetts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, including how educational activities are being affected by stay-at-home advisories. In the interest of the safety of our students, faculty and community, we have determined that part or all of our Class of 2020 medical interpreter training will be conducted remotely.

As our training has traditionally been held in-person, this change will likely mean that our class timeline, schedule, and elements of our program will need to adapt to facilitate remote learning. Currently we are exploring alternative ways to complete the application process remotely, as well as how we can support students in a remote learning environment.

Adding remote education to our programming will be new to us. Do you have experience or expertise in remote education that you are willing to share with our staff? Please contact us at info@found-in-translation.org to start a conversation.

Since events and information are changing everyday, we are unable to provide any additional specifics at this time. We commit to providing our community with updates and details about our plans as soon as they are made. Click here to receive updates via email.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

The Found in Translation Team

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