Vermont Interpreters and Translators
When it comes to any oral interpretation or written translation service in Vermont, CIT has always got you covered. CIT has been providing both interpreting and translating services for over 10 years. We cover every assignment and take on any document.
Our interpreters and translators are among the most qualified and experienced in all of Vermont. We pride ourselves on professionalism and accuracy as well as a satisfactory experience from start to finish.
Interpreting – We cover every and any interpreting assignment brought our way in Vermont. From settings such as legal and medical and even education, we have an interpreter for your assignment. Our interpreters are available Monday through Friday and even on the weekends.
We have an interpreter for every language including even the rarest and indigenous. What sets our interpreters apart from others is the experience and skill they have. Our interpreters have had years of interpreting experience as well as natural talent in their linguistic trade.
CIT has the most cost-effective interpreters in the industry and we guarantee to beat our competitor’s rates each time. We provide all on-site, telephonic, and Video Remote Services.
Translating – CIT has been providing document translation services in the area for the past several years. We take on every document no matter how complex or how large. Our turnaround time is unmatched.
We can get your document translation to you within a day with guaranteed accuracy. Our document translations are always certified and authentic. Confidentiality and the privacy of our client’s personal information is always our top priority. Our translators possess immense talent in taking a document from the source language and translating it into the target language, no matter how complex the content or terminology.
A brief cultural history in Vermont
The first European settlement in Vermont came from French explorer Samuel de Champlain in 1609. He nicknamed the area ‘Les Verts Monts’ meaning the Green Mountains. Vermont was then claimed as part of New France.
Soon after, more settlements came from the British and the Dutch. More British colonies started settling in Vermont after the 1763 Treaty of Paris when the British officially acquired the territory. This eventually led to overlapping and friction between other territories.
It wasn’t until 1777 when Vermont became independent and until 1971 for the territory to gain statehood. It was also a prominent area in the 19th century during the Civil War. Vermont’s economy soon boomed as railroads expanded and jobs became available.
Our interpreters and translators help you meet the needs of the Vermont economy as well as its culture.