ATA Chapter Merger and Name Change: Introducing the Colorado Interpreters & Translators Association!

The Boards of Directors of the Colorado Translators Association (CTA) and the Colorado Association of Professional Interpreters (CAPI) announced the merger of their respective associations under a new name, the Colorado Interpreters & Translators Association (CITA), effective January 1, 2023.

Since the late 1970s, CTA has existed in various forms to primarily serve translators working with the written word. It was formally reorganized in the early 2000s, becoming a regional chapter of ATA in 2012.

CAPI was organized in 1996, and for 25+ years has served members providing oral interpreting services in legal, educational, medical, and other settings.

What are ATA Chapters and Affiliates?

ATA chapters and affiliates offer translators, interpreters, and language company owners a chance to connect and network at the regional level. They provide educational meetings and symposia as well as information about client needs at the local level. Regional groups like ATA chapters offer you unique services and benefits you can only get locally. If you haven’t taken a look at ATA chapters and affiliates, there’s no better time to check them out. Visit ATA’s website to find a group near you!

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