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AAPTI promotes the professionalization and advancement of translators and interpreters by lobbying and advocating for public policy that benefits the communities we serve and the language profession.
Educate - Advocate - Connect
AAPTI is a 501c6 non-profit professional community seeking to connect and partner with other organizations with similar core values to achieve successful outcomes when advocating for translators, interpreters, and language access.
We are a young profession, but a resilient one that is set to expand as the demand for language access grows. AAPTI is stepping up to advocate, educate, and connect at a higher level. Please join us in building this profession together!
AAPTI is a community for alliance and partnership success; a place to share information that will contribute and guide partnership capabilities through our resources of tools, publications, learning, education, certification, networking, and other professional opportunities.
AAPTI members represent a cross-section of the various fields of translation and interpretation; judicial, medical, conference, governmental, educational, and students to name a few.
AAPTI is actively developing this platform for its members to congregate, collaborate and discuss ideas related to best practices through our private forums. A place where support, questions and answers, and collegiality are encouraged so that we can achieve quality and professionalism in language access.
AAPTI is committed to:
We are a membership-based organization dedicated to promoting accredited translators and interpreters to ensure equitable language access for everyone.
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