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Languages We Speak

Apr02

Get to Know Our Linguists: Mercedes Marleaux

Meet Mercedes Marleaux, one of our linguists! Mercedes is one of our linguists who has been working with us from the beginning, she has a B.A. in Intercultural Studies and is fluent in French, German, Spanish, and English. Her favorite go-to snacks are mixed salad and sushi. In her free time, Mercedes loves to be outdoors, especially near the ocean...

Get to Know Our Linguists: Mercedes Marleaux
Mar27

Choosing a Language Service Partner for Nonprofits

If your nonprofit works with non-English speaking clients or employs people with low English proficiency, then it is vital that you are able to communicate with them in a way that will minimize misunderstandings and get your point across clearly. Today's society is more multicultural than ever before. People with varying backgrounds interact regula...

Choosing a Language Service Partner for Nonprofits
Mar14

Meet our Team: Ariel Lemus

Meet Ariel Lemus, Operations Manager for Language Network.   Language Network has always been a part of Ariel’s life, her parents having started the company the year after she was born. It wasn’t until later in her life however, that she considered working at Language Network. She started with the company at age 18, working on and off, until she de...

Meet our Team: Ariel Lemus
Feb27

How to Select the Right Legal Interpreter for Your Business

America's judicial system helps maintain law and order within local communities. The legal system needs all residents to participate for it to work well. Crime victims must come forward to identify dangerous assailants. Witnesses should provide testimony to help prosecutors, defense attorneys, and law enforcement to find facts. Defendants and litig...

How to Select the Right Legal Interpreter for Your Business
Jan31

The Role of Classroom Interpreters, and How to Select the Right One

Because we live in an increasingly globalized world, where differences of race, culture, and language are not only expected, but frequently embraced, it is critical that limited English proficiency (LEP) students and/or LEP parents are valued as important stakeholders in the educational system. This is important in order for the LEP students to enj...

The Role of Classroom Interpreters, and How to Select the Right One

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Understand what's mandated by law and best-practices to provide language support to your students and familes.

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