Current Interpreters

Current Interpreters

Thank you for being an interpreter with one of our interpreter banks. Because of you, the Washington metropolitan area is a safer and more welcoming place to live, no matter the language.

Your work helps people access the food stamps that they are entitled to, get repairs made in their apartments, receive counseling to heal and recover after a violent attack, and do many other things. All of us at Ayuda appreciate the role that you play in improving language access. We value our partnership with you.

If you ever have questions or concerns about your work with Ayuda, please contact us at interpreterbank@34.233.67.114. If your concerns are not adequately addressed, please contact Ayuda’s Language Access Director, David Steib, at david@34.233.67.114.

Below we have included relevant forms and manuals for your convenience.

Community Legal Interpreter Bank

Thank you for the work that you do to allow communication between pro bono/public interest lawyers and their low-income clients. We appreciate your willingness to accept assignments in both Washington, DC, and Montgomery County, Maryland.

Victim Services Interpreter Bank

Thank you for the work that you do to allow communication between victims of crime and their social workers, nurses, and therapists. We appreciate your willingness to accept assignments on an emergency basis and at all hours of the day and night. Your service ensures that victims of crime are able to navigate difficult situations with full comprehension of everything that is being said.

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