The Nebraska Translator and Interpreter Corps (NETIC) is a partnership between the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, the Bureau of Sociological Research (BOSR) and the Nebraska community to provide quality and affordable translation and interpretation services, as well as to offer professional experience for graduate students in the Translation field. NETIC’s core idea is to create strong and dynamic connections between the Modern Languages and Literatures Department and the general community in the state of Nebraska.

NETIC members are prepared to offer specialized translation and interpretation services in the health, non-profit, legal, and policy/governmental settings, as well as to complete literary and scholarly requests. Each translation undergoes a language and terminology assessment by a faculty mentor to ensure its quality and accuracy.

NETIC creates professional training and experience for graduate students, while promoting the full participation of the whole Nebraska community in all its diversity and richness. NETIC members are committed to reduce the gap between academia and the larger society. At the same time, NETIC believes that translation and interpretation services are essential to fully exercise democracy, social justice and equality.

In order to participate as a translator and/or interpreter, Graduate Students must be enrolled in one of the Graduate Programs at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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