"We are so fortunate that you are in our team! You used your language skills to protect justice for our clients. [Your] generosity with your time, talents, and financial support truly has made all the difference."
In addition, a warm welcome is in order to our latest VITs who came in on a Saturday morning to complete their last step in their preparation process to assist Casa Cornelia clients:
With heartfelt gratitude,
Artemisa Valle, VIT Program Coordinator
Alice Bendinelli, VIT Project Assistant
VIT Program: 2018 Impact, Acknowledgements & Reflection
By Artemisa Valle, Volunteer Interpreters and Translators (VIT) Program Coordinator
We have recently concluded an orientation session for our new Volunteer Interpreters and Translators (VIT), and this invites a moment of reflection for our work in 2018. As we look back to this year, one thing is very clear: We are so fortunate that you are in our team! You used your language skills to provide justice for our clients. You traveled for hours to make your interpretation assignments. You spent many many hours working on your translation projects. Your generosity with your time, talents, and financial support truly has made all the difference.
So far this year and with your support: