STUDIOTRE provides grants for the interpreters and translators of the future

There are all sorts of ways for a company to celebrate 40 years in business. STUDIOTRE has reached this huge milestone thanks to the highly accomplished in-house staff and freelancers who have contributed their invaluable professional translation and interpreting skills from 1979 to the present day.

STUDIOTRE has decided to mark its 40th anniversary in two different ways. Firstly, it supported Rise Against Hunger by packing meals during an event on 1 June 2019. Secondly, it’s investing in the young people who will become the translators and interpreters of the future.

How? By making a donation to the University of Bologna so that grants can be provided to Translation and Interpreting graduates.

“We’ve always worked closely with the Section of Studies in Modern Languages for Interpreting and Translation (SSLMIT). Many of our interns from there have subsequently been offered full-time positions with our company,” explained Maura Bottazzi. “We consider SSLMIT graduates to be extremely well-qualified. Their studies provide them with an exceptional grounding for careers in both translation and interpreting.”

“We know how important it is to spend time abroad honing the language skills that you’ve acquired in the classroom. Our contribution will help four students to benefit from an experience of this kind,” underlined Letizia Palladino. “In addition, the scheme will give us an opportunity to meet four potential additions to our team. We’d be delighted to offer them all post-graduate internships.”

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