The Refugee and Human Rights Clinic seeks bilingual French/English work-study or volunteer students (hours flexible) to assist with French interpreting/translating services. The primary need involves interpreting/translating for clients seeking asylum and other humanitarian-based immigration status in the United States. Many of the clients fled their home countries after suffering severe physical and psychological harm and are seeking refuge in the U.S. Our volunteers are essential to the work we do. The number of hours and time each week are quite flexible. Fluency in French and English is required but prior experience interpreting and translating is not required. We will provide the basic training. Interested students should contact Professor Anna Welch at email@example.com.
Office of International Programs
French Speakers Needed!
SPRING ORIENTATION SCHEDULES ARE ONLINE!
Are you a new International Student coming to University of Southern Maine for the spring of 2014?
Orientation Schedules are Ready! Be sure to check it out!
Remember that orientation is mandatory for all new international students so we expect to see you there! If you have any quesstions before you depart for USM please do not hesitate to ask. You can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We also suggest you take a look at our Pre-Arrival Guide for more information about entering the US and what to expect when you arrive in Maine.