When you join Unite Languages you:

  • Earn money by attending appointments in person or providing service from home
  • Choose your own hours (daytime, nights, weekends, holidays, etc.)
  • Enjoy a flexible work schedule
  • Get access to Unite Languages’ training program (we also accept other training certificates)
  • Are introduced to your coordinator, a real person who can help answer any questions
  • Help your community


Become an interpreter
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Interpreter Training Program

Unite Languages has developed a rigorous 50 hour training program that follows the National Standards for Medical Interpreters set forth by the National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC). The training teaches professional interpretation techniques with emphasis on the challenges presented in medical settings. Interpreters who complete 40 hours of in person training plus a 10 hour online medical terminology course are awarded the Unite Languages certificate of completion. Unite Languages also accepts training certificates from other 40 hour programs.

Learn more about interpreter training

Interpreter Spotlight


Name: Khina

Languages you interpret: Nepali

How long have you been interpreting: 5 years

Tell us a little about yourself: I am a hard working, sincere, honest worker. I also love to help people and my community.

What do you enjoy about providing interpreting services: I love to work with clients – being a bridge to help with communication between clients and service providers is a responsible but enjoyable role.

What do you think about the new audio/visual interpreting service: I think it’s a good opportunity, especially for me having a newborn baby. It gives me a chance to stay home and interpret rather than driving to places.

When you’re not interpreting, what do you enjoy doing in your free time: I like to learn new medical terminology. I also like to spend time with my family – we love cooking, going places, and playing games.

Now Accepting Applications!

Unite Languages is growing! We are now accepting applications for all languages, with an emphasis on languages of lesser diffusion.

Fill out the interpreter application form today to apply!


Interpreter Application