Watch our 60-second pitch at MassChallenge to learn about how we create opportunity at the intersection of two social problems.
Through our Language Access Fellowship program, we provide Medical Interpreter Certificate training, job placement, and ongoing career development to low-income bilingual women. With an Ivy League admissions rate and over 100 hours of training, our high support/high expectations model prepares exceptional interpreters. The program is free-of-charge; include common-sense supports such as on-site childcare, transportation assistance and mentoring; and leads directly to well-paying jobs.
Our Interpreter Services program provides affordable, high-quality language access services for people with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) in medical, legal, and community settings; creates well-paying job opportunities for our Language Access Fellows; and generates revenue that supports the next class of Language Access Fellows and Found in Translation's long-term sustainability.
Thank you for supporting our work!
Our annual fundraiser takes to the water!
Join us on Friday, July 22, for a scenic Sunset Paddle along the less-populated waters of the upper Charles River. Enjoy beautiful views, meet great people, and give our next class of talented bilingual women an opportunity to turn their language skills into professional success and economic security.
Family-friendly. Prizes for the top fundraisers.
Registration open now!
Awards & Recognitions
2016 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneurs (Forbes)
2016 40 Under 40 (Chronicle of Philanthropy)
2015 Innovator for Social Justice Prize (Grinnell College)
2015 Richard Cornuelle Award for Social Entrepreneurship
(The Manhattan Institute)
2015-2018 Emerging Leaders Fund (Claneil Foundation)
2015 100K for 100 Grant (Cummings Foundation)
2014 MassChallenge accelerator (MassChallenge)
2013 Echoing Green Global Fellowship (Echoing Green)
2013 Top 25 Social Enterprises for Women & Girls (Women Deliver)
2013 New England Innovation Award (SBANE)
2013 Advancement Award (The Boston Club)
2011 Women of Peace Award (Women's Peacepower Foundation)
2011 Kip Tiernan Social Justice Fellowship (Rosie's Place)