Interpreting Services in America Provided by New Americans
USCRI interpreters are continuously educated in professional ethics, with a special emphasis on medical settings. They are educated in the issues of confidentiality, accuracy, professionalism, and other factors that ensure successful interpreting. While there is emphasis on medical settings, our interpreters work in a wide variety of settings including legal, social services, and educational.
Become an interpreter
These programs provide interpreters to communicate with limited-English proficiency clients in settings such as medical clinics, social services offices, or legal offices. Interpreters work with clients face-to-face or through audio only calls from home, depending on the request of the customer. By joining USCRI, you use your existing language skills to earn money and help your community.