MINT interpreters and translators are a team of 600+ people, 95% of whom are native speakers of one or more target language, who are motivated by the meaningful difference they make in the lives of LEP people.
Many of them specialize in medical interpreting, working in clinics, hospitals, and rehabilitation centers to ensure clear communication between health care providers and LEP patients. MINT interpreters are particularly skilled at coordinating services for injured workers in collaboration with Qualified Rehabilitation Consultants (QRCs).
Others specialize in legal interpreting and translation, providing language services for immigration hearings, adoption cases, and custody disputes, for example.
Still others specialize in community interpreting for businesses, nonprofit organizations, and social service agencies, interpreting at employee trainings, community meetings, education conferences, and more.