The Translator-Interpreter Program
The Translator-Interpreter Program (TIP) at the Cornell Public Service Center is a student-run program which trains bilingual and multilingual Cornell students and staff to serve as volunteer translators and interpreters for community agencies in emergency and non-emergency situations. They are not legally certified to provide translations for legal documents (e.g., licenses, certificates, transcripts, diplomas, identification documents, immunization records, etc.). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Contact the department where your language of interest is taught. They may be aware of individuals who do fee-based translation. You can search by language or view this list of departments where languages are taught and inquire about the availability of translators.
Language Assistance at Cornell Health
Cornell Health has a telephone translation service with over 200 languages offered to assist patients and clients during their visits who find it easier to discuss health concerns in their native language. http://health.cornell.edu/get-care/accessibility-language-services
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