NY State Court System reaches out to Bills fans

Buffalo Bills fans who are proficient in various languages may want to consider becoming a New York State court interpreter.

The New York State Unified Court System is currently seeking interpreters who are proficient in various languages, ranging from ARABIC to URDU, BOSNIAN to VIETNAMESE.  They offer court interpreting services in over 100 languages.

New York State Court Interpreters speak languages from around the world and come from all walks of life. They are college students, former business executives, and even retired airline pilots. Whatever their background, though, their common goal is to ensure that every voice is heard.

Court interpreters translate court proceedings in real time for people who appear in court and speak little or no English, or are deaf or hard of hearing. If you are fluent in English and another language, including sign language, join this diverse group of professionals. Full-time, part-time and contracted positions are available.

For more information, visit www.nycourts.gov/courtinterpreter, call 646-386-5670 or email courtinterpreter@nycourts.gov.

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