Interpreter’s Associations

Interpreter’s Associations


AATIA (Austin Area Translators and Interpreters Association) is one of the U.S.A.’s leading resources and advocates for the translation and interpretation community.Contact:


ATA (American Translators Association). This site will help you learn more about the American Translators Association and the translation and interpretation professions. Contact:


(California Health Interpreters Association) Health Care Interpreters and Providers working together to overcome linguistic and cultural barriers to high-quality care….


NAJIT (National Organization of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators) is a professional association that was first chartered as a non-profit organization under New York State laws, and incorporated as the Court Interpreters and Translators Association, Inc. (CITA) in 1978. NAJIT now has over 900 members, including practicing interpreters and translators as well as educators, researchers, students, and administrators. Contact:


SCATIA (Southern California Area Translators & Interpreters Association)is a non-profit organization of individuals and corporations engaged in the profession of providing translation, interpretation, and other language-related services. Based in Southern California, it has 230+ individual members and 17 Corporate members. Contact:


NOTIS (Northwest Translators and Interpreters Society)was established in April, 1988 as a forum for professional translators and interpreters in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. NOTIS is a chapter of the American Translators Association (ATA), a professional society with over 7,500 members throughout the United States and overseas. Contact:


STIBC (Society of Translators and Interpreters of British Columbia). The Society’s membership consists of approximately 278 Founding and Certified translators and interpreters, accredited in over 35 language combinations, and approximately 187 Associate members, as of March 2002. Contact:


NCTA (Northern California Translators Association). A chapter of ATA including a members database Contact:


NYCT (New York Circle of Translators). NYCT members work in a variety of languages and specialties in industry, law, finance, commerce, the arts and academia. Contact:


CCHI (Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters) offers an independent, national, comprehensive certification program to medical interpreters of all languages since 2009. Our CoreCHI™ and CHI™-Spanish certifications are accredited by NCCA; these are the only accredited interpreter certifications in the U.S. CCHI is dedicated to supporting professional healthcare interpreters who value the power of education and certification.