Alaska Interpreters And Translators
Quality truly matters when it comes to interpretation, translation, and transcription, because the slightest change, omission, or mistake of any kind can taint the representation of the source. As such, CIT handles every job with the utmost delicacy while employing vetted and educated linguists who are dedicated to their craft. Our firm works with every possible language pair, in every single industry, anywhere in the world, so don’t hesitate to give us a call and see what they can do for you.
In addition, because CIT has interpreters and translators positioned strategically around Alaska, we can reach you at the shortest notice and have jobs done on your time.
Privacy is also at the forefront of our business model. Thousands of government agencies, legal and other business-focused organizations, and individuals have placed their trust in CIT to ensure that their documents and conversations remain confidential. No matter the size of the job, we demonstrate an intense level of care when working.
All CIT linguists are screened carefully and we track for performance and customer satisfaction to ensure we only assign the best linguists for each job. In many instances, a certified interpreter or a notarized translation may be necessary too, and CIT is always happy to assist clients with these types of requests.
Foreign And Indigenous Languages Of Alaska
Alaska exports a large amount of seafood, gas, and oil, and these industries attract workers from within North America and across the world. Over 15% of the state’s population is Native Alaskan. Some of most commonly spoken indigenous languages are Inupiaq, Siberian Yupik, Alutiiq, Deg Xinag, Koyukon, Holikachuk, Unangax, Tanacross, and Upper Tanana, many of which have been recognized as official languages.
Filipinos have lived in Alaska for more than 200 years, so a common requested language in Alaska is Tagalog. Industry has also attracted Latinos who speak Spanish, English and Mixtec languages too. The state is home to the oldest Russian-speaking population in the U.S., dating back to the 17th century, with elderly people sometimes speaking a dialect of colonial Russian that is highly unique.
Why Choose CIT?
We have a rigorous process in which we select the best professionals in the field who possess an intimate knowledge of their language pairs. Our expertise is unrivaled, and we take the time to understand both the source and the audience before beginning our work. Clearly representing another person’s ideas can be a challenge, especially to the average person who is oftentimes not aware of cultural implications and industry-specific jargon, so it is extremely important to hire someone who can guarantee such quality.
CIT never uses online translation tools, because those tools often leave out the qualities that are essential to representing the source in any particular matter. We strive for perfection in every job we do including presentations, training, transcripts, films, and social media pages. The need for interpreters and translators in Alaska is a very present concern, as cities throughout the world have simply become melting pots for different language groups.
As such, people, firms, and all levels of government are calling on CIT for the tools needed to communicate effectively across languages.