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Word of Mouth - September 2019

September 2019


NIT Language Services + Global Wordsmiths Partnership. We are so excited to announce that Global Wordsmiths and Nepali Interpretation and Translation, Inc. have joined forced to bring more Nepali language interpreters to service providers in Western PA. Stay tuned for more details!

We are hiring! Global Wordsmiths is hiring a Project Manager. Responsibilities will include written translation workflow and project oversight, with some administrative duties. Part-time to begin, transitioning to a full-time, salaried position after a trial period. Contact for more information or to apply.

Language Access Project kickoff! We welcomed 9 new interns last week to kickoff a special cycle of The Language Access Project: Census 2020. From now until December, these awesome interns will translate census materials and interpret in-person for census outreach activities under our mentorship, in an effort to increase census participation among English learners. The languages in which these activities will take place this semester are: Arabic, Swahili, Nepali, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Uzbek and Russian. For questions about The Language Access Project or to get involved, contact Meredith Getachew at

With love,

Mary Jayne


Photo: Clinton de Menezes "World Map" installation, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2012








From Our Partners and Friends

Justice at Work is hiring a staff attorney and a paralegal for work in its Pittsburgh office.

Alliance for Refugee Youth Support and Education is hiring 2 Program Directors to run it’s After School Club programs!

New Sun Rising announces Ignite Vibrancy: Collective Impact. A mentoring workshop + pitch competition to ignite collective action. September 7th. Register your collaborative project now!

WorldSquare Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership and other organizations are teaming up to pilot WorldSquare a platform to celebrate, promote and welcome our local international communities.

All for All is hosting Refugee Education Workshop Series: Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy to offer local educators insight into working with students from Refugee communities, and resources for supporting immigrant and refugee families in their interactions with the American educational system. Also, save the date for the 3rd Annual All for All Summit!

Casa San José has created a bond fund, Fondo Solidario, which makes it possible for people detained by ICE to be released on bond, so that they can get out of detention and pursue their legal cases at home with their families. ¡Que Viva Clemente!, a celebration on Oct. 12 sponsored by the Pittsburgh Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) will raise money for this fund, or you can contact Casa San José to donate directly.

Se Ve Se Escucha. Our buddies in Asheville just dropped Season 3 of Se Ve Se Escucha, a language justice podcast by the Center for Participatory change. Don’t miss it!



World Square in Market Square

GlobalPittsburgh First Thursdays

Ukrainian Feed Festival

Literacy Pittsburgh Volunteer Tutor Training

All Are Welcome Here

2019 Pittsburgh Lebanese Food Festival

Namakasia Radio Fundraiser with May Day, Afro Yaqui, + more!

Feria de Información para Latinos, Internacionales, Recien Llegados a Pittsburgh

Romanian Food Festival


Freedom to Create Concert & Conversation: Mahsa Vahdat & Sholeh Wolpé

Amizade’s 25th Anniversary Celebration!

2019 Pittsburgh Irish Festival

Centre Francophone 2019 Gastronomy Party

Around the World International Potluck

Stephane Wremble Live at Club Cafe

From Pittsburgh to Paris

Home Sweet Home: A benefit for Hello Neighbor

Picnic Latino

Septemberfest: Slovak Folk Festival

All for All Refugee Education Workshop Series: Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy

Pandemic: Los Wemblers

East European Festival

Pittsburgh Latino Festival

Hungarian Night w/ Gypsy Stringz

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