Certified Languages International Named Second Among Leading Telephone Interpreting Services Worldwide

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Katie Schoen 503.866.7639   Certified Languages International Named Second Among Leading Telephone Interpreting Services Worldwide Portland, Ore.-based Language Services Company Recognized by Common Sense Advisory Study PORTLAND, Ore. (August 18,...

Certified Languages International Adds Eight Clients To Its Roster

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Katie Schoen 503.866.7639 Certified Languages International Adds Eight Clients To Its Roster Portland, Ore.-based Language Services Company Announces Accounts in Medical, Financial, Insurance, Courts and Government Industries PORTLAND, Ore....

Certified Languages International Named 10th Among Leading Language Services in U.S.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Katie Schoen 503.866.7639   Certified Languages International Named 10th Among Leading Language Services in U.S. Portland, Ore.-based Language Services Company Listed on Common Sense Advisory...

Press Release: Portland Business Journal

CLI Among Fastest Growing Companies in 2014                   PORTLAND, Ore. – June 23, 2014 – Certified Languages International (CLI) announced that it has received the...

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LEP Data Brief from the Migration Policy Institute

The LEP Data Brief from the Migration Policy Institute contains information on the number, share, growth and linguistic diversity of limited English proficient individuals in the United States. This data...

The 'Great Invisible Industry' That Speaks Your Language

By Kate Rogers Published March 28, 2011 | FOXBusiness In an increasingly globalized society, knowing more than one language is often a major advantage in the job market. However, being an expert in...

ALC PRESS RELEASE

Two Major Language Services Associations Collaborate to Increase Member Benefits ALC and GALA to connect members to more resources and people. Rockville, Maryland, USA and Seattle, Washington, USA (21 January 2011) –...

State budget cuts may eliminate interpreters for thousands in Washington state.

About 70,000 Washington residents who have limited English may lose access to interpreters during medical visits under a proposed budget cut. The spending cut proposed by Gov. Chris Gregoire would...

Colleges See 16% Increase in Study of Sign Language

By TAMAR LEWIN New York Times Published: December 8, 2010 While the number of college students studying Spanish, French and German increased only modestly from 2006 to...