One of the great features of Interpreters' Help is that it allows you to see what other people are working on and to connect with them.
Interpreters’ Help has a large database of interpreters, which makes it a great place to connect with colleagues and grow your network.
We want to make it easy for your colleagues to find you – when they need an interpreter for a language combination they don't have, for example.
For students, it's also a great way to start keeping in touch with other students who might become future colleagues, and to make professional contacts.
Adding information like your website can help you reach more people and improve your search engine ranking.
To complete your profile, go to the Settings/Profile page.
Follow members who share great glossaries. Your Network page will make it easier to find them and give them more visibility.
Star glossaries you like to let others know that they are good quality and to add them to your starred glossary list, making it easy for you to find them.
By sharing your glossaries, you'll help other interpreters save on prep time and contribute to building a great database of free glossaries.
Contribute by improving existing glossaries or by adding languages.
Talk to your colleagues about Interpreters’ Help, blog about it, add a link on your website. Tell us how to improve it.