Welcome to HITA!
The Houston Translators and Interpreters 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.
March 12, 2015 — Free information session about the
1. Ruth Harding|
"Dare to go beyond Word’s cut and paste commands"
2. Cindy Aguirre
"Translation in Family Law: Tips, Tricks and Terminology"
|Time:||9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.|
United Way of Greater Houston|
Community Resource Center
50 Waugh Drive
Houston TX 77007
Free parking. (Map)
American Translators Association
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Minutes of Board meetings
Minutes to the latest board meeting are posted
Professional development opportunities
Please see this page for information about training and development opportunities for translators and interpreters.
Licensed Court Interpreter transition
The Texas Licensed Court Interpreter program has been shifted from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) to the new Judicial Branch Certification Commission (JBCC):
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Healthcare and Medical Interpreter Certification
HITA members can now state on their member profiles that they are Certified Medical or Healthcare Interpreters, and site visitors can search for interpreters with this qualification. Click for more details.
Training mailing list
To receive notices of future training events, just send an email expressing your interest to: . There's no obligation, and HITA membership is not required. (This information is automatically sent to HITA members.)
Returning members / Lost password?
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