Three MITS students undertake an internship with international organisation ACAP

Three students from the Master of Translation and Interpreting Studies have recently completed a one-week internship within the headquarters of the Hobart-based ACAP, the Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels. The three official working languages of this international organisation are English, French and Spanish, and the internship was an opportunity for the students to gain experience about the work of in-house translators in the fields of environmental science and conservation.

The Translation and Interpreting Studies program and the students are really grateful and thankful to ACAP, and in particular to its Executive Secretary Marco Favero and its Science Officer Wieslawa Misiak, for such a wonderful opportunity.

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Monash students Elodie Genin, Paula Aparicio Bravo and Janneth Santafe Sanchez with ACAP Executive Secretary Marco Favero.

Article posted on the ACAP website