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ATA 59th Annual Conference
Oct 24-27, 2018
New Orleans, Louisiana
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About NOTA
NOTA was founded in 1977, established as a not-for-profit corporation in Ohio in 1978, and recognized as the second Permanent Chapter of the American Translators Association (ATA) in 1979.

Although we encourage our members to become members of the ATA as well, it is not required. Neither ATA nor NOTA tests you on your language skills as a condition for membership. To become a member of NOTA, visit our Join NOTA page.

Like its parent organization, NOTA supports and promotes the interests of professional translators and interpreters, primarily those living and working in the northeastern portion of Ohio, as well as individuals in other related fields and geographical regions. NOTA promotes professional development and competence through workshops, seminars, and its newsletter. Members maintain a support network for mutual assistance and cooperation, terminology exchange, and continued professional development in Northeast Ohio.

NOTA assists area businesses, industry, and institutions in locating competent translators and interpreters. NOTA is not a translation company or agency. This means that the chapter does not employ translators or interpreters, nor does it provide translation services to clients. To contract services with a member listed in the directory, click on Find a Translator/Interpreter and contact him or her directly.

NOTA does not monitor, evaluate, or guarantee the work of its members. The membership represents a broad range of language and subject specialization. Most active NOTA members are certified translators, working with state-of-the-art electronic equipment.

All NOTA members, whether corporate and individual, adhere to the highest professional and ethical standards. They provide Northeast Ohio business and industry with prompt, reliable, local translation and interpreting services.

If you have any questions at all, visit our Contact NOTA page.
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