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Тop 5 benefits of attending a virtual conference

Over the last few years, virtual conferences have grown in popularity, and recent events have raised demand for virtual access to business expertise and interactive sessions conducted by professionals. When face-to-face meetings aren't possible, virtual meetings are a terrific option – and they come with several specific perks.We all may…

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We Stand for Peace

While LEO is an educational organization, and we typically focus our posts on education, language access and language industry news, some global events are not to be ignored. Attack on Ukraine is horrifying by itself, but it also ​impacts the whole world. As interpreters and translators, we dedicated our lives…

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LEO’s International Virtual Conference: FAQ

Q: How will I join the live event?A: We will send you the link to join live on 6/22/22. Please check your spam folder if you haven't received it.Q: How will I receive the questionnaire and certificate? A: You need to add LEO to safe senders, as all conference communication is…

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Featured Language Industry Professional: Ana Soler

This week we are featuring one of LEO's 4th International Virtual Conference speakers Ana Soler. Ana is the Chairperson of the National Association of Educational Translators and Interpreters of Spoken Languages (NAETISL) and Founder of SeSo, Inc., company supporting school districts and healthcare entities to strengthen cultural and linguistic bridges…

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6 Ways to Show Appreciation to Sign Language Interpreters in Your Life

Every year on September 30, we celebrate interpreters and translators during International Translation Day, thanking them for their amazing contributions in bringing the world together, providing language access and literally saving lives. But did you know that there is one more celebration of our colleagues, mainly Sign Language Interpreters, and it happens on the first Wednesday…

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