Welcome to HITA!
The Houston Interpreters and Translators Association (HITA) was established in 1993 to create a forum for individuals, businesses and institutions interested in sharing their experiences, to promote the interests of translators and interpreters in Houston and surrounding areas, and to serve in cooperation with other regional and national organizations in the recognition of translation and interpreting as professions.
||HITA Holiday Party|
Escalante's Town & Country|
12821 Kimberley Lane Houston, TX 77024 (map)
|RSVP and more information:||http://hitagroup.org/holiday_party_2016|
June 18, 19, 20, 26, 27, 2017
||Introduction to Court Interpreting|
|Presented by:||University of Houston–Downtown|
|Description||This 40-hour course includes the mandatory 8 hour orientation course required by the JBCC before taking the exam, plus legal concepts, ethics, and ample practice and techniques for the three modes of interpretation covered in the exam.|
|Registration and more information:||https://registration.xenegrade.com/uhd/coursedisplay.cfm?schID=2137&CFID=5693264&CFTOKEN=55247421dc28f2af-959210A5-D3CD-BDF0-8F02DED45C3E144A|
The members of the HITA Board of Directors are listed here. If you're not sure which one to ask, you can leave voicemail or send a text message to 281-731-3813, or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership dues payment
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Use of HITA Logo
HITA members may use the HITA logo on business cards, websites and stationery. See the
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Minutes of Board meetings
Minutes to the latest board meeting are posted here.
Professional development opportunities
Please see our Training page for information about training and development opportunities for translators and interpreters.
We also offer a free mailing list, with no obligation. .
Texas Licensed Court Interpreter program
The Texas Licensed Court Interpreter program is the responsibility of the Judicial Branch Certification Commission (JBCC):
HITA's use of email addresses is governed by our email policy.
Training mailing list
To receive notices of future training events, visit this page. There's no obligation, and HITA membership is not required. (This information is automatically sent to HITA members.)
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