I’m an Interpreter2022-09-19T16:43:54-05:00

EmpowerMINT Resources for Interpreters & Translators

Our mission is to empower people, through the use of language and culture, to ensure accurate communication and clear understanding.

Our mission is to empower people, through the use of language and culture, to ensure accurate communication and clear understanding…
and people includes you, the interpreters and translators who make a difference in our communities.

Why Work for MINT?

At Minnesota Interpreters and Translators, our team of MINT language service providers puts our mission into motion every day.

We are committed to empowering our provider team with:

  • Competitive pay, including performance bonuses
  • Flexible hours
  • Outstanding support services
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Ongoing education
  • Opportunities to give back to our community

What qualifications do I need to be a MINT interpreter or translator?

MINT interpreters:

  • Are fully fluent and culturally competent in the non-English target language
  • Are at least 18 years old, and
  • Have the following professional experience and credentials:
    • 5+ years of professional interpreting experience, or
    • 3+ of interpreting experience and have attained a 40-hour interpreter training certificate, or
    • an advanced educational degree and have attained a 40-hour interpreter training certificate

MINT Service Verification Form

MINT Professional Code of Conduct

Interested in becoming a MINT Interpreter?

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your office hours?2019-08-16T21:19:25-05:00

We are available to meet your language service needs and receive service requests 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year! Hours of operation are 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. We are available over the phone, by email, and by fax at all other times.

What should I do if I am running late to an appointment or cannot find the address?2019-08-15T19:00:19-05:00

We’re here for you! If you get caught in traffic, can’t find the suite number, the Limited English Proficiency (LEP) person isn’t there, or you have any other issues, text us right away so we can help: 651-764-MINT(6468).

What should I do if an emergency occurs and I need to cancel an appointment I have already accepted?2019-07-15T20:00:38-05:00

Clients and LEP persons are counting on you, so once you accept an appointment, we expect you to keep it—that is the core of MINT’s commitment to service and empowerment. We understand that on rare occasions, an emergency can keep you from being able to fulfill your commitment. As soon as you realize that you cannot make it to an appointment you have accepted, do two things: 1) go back to the email calendar invitation and click “NO” or “DECLINE.” Then, call us at 651-764-MINT (6468). If you call us after-hours, please leave a message.

How do I use the e-calendar invitation I get by email to accept an appointment from MINT?2019-09-09T21:14:10-05:00

There are three ways to accept an appointment using this email invitation:

  • In the email itself, scroll down until you see “Going?” Then click the link for “YES” or “NO.”
  • Or, open the calendar app you have synced to your email address on your computer or phone, then open the appointment invitation shown on your calendar, and click “ACCEPT” or “DECLINE.”
  • If you already use Google Calendar, your email will look a little different, and you can click “YES” or “NO” in the top part of the email message.



Where do I send my completed MINT Service Verification Form?2019-09-17T19:49:13-05:00

Send your signed MINT Service Verification Form by email to assistant@mintlanguages.com, fax it to 888-391-6468

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