TLC received a $10,000 grant from Dollar General’s Yellow Glasses Project for our ESL to Go program. The Yellow Glasses Project helps build awareness and empower others through literacy and basic education. The grant helps TLC’s ESL to Go program continue to provide high-quality English classes close to where refugees live in Middle Tennessee.
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TLC’s Training Specialist Richard Ponce de Leon and Project Manager Genna Linton recently presented at the inaugural AAITE Edu-Con in Denver. AAITE is the American Association of Interpreters and Translators in Education, a non-profit professional association for interpreters and translators who work in educational settings, along with interested stakeholders and other allies. They presented “Filling […]
TLC’s Genna Linton presented a 4-hour long training to 30 nurses at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The course, “Spanish for Medical Professionals: A Linguistic and Cultural Toolkit,” was focused on words, phrases, and cultural norms to help non-Spanish speaking nurses better relate to non-English speaking patients. This will potentially impact hundreds of patients working […]
TLC’s Director of World Languages Brian Barnett is consulting with Meraki Learning Center about developing a world language curriculum for its students. Meraki is a unique homeschool and enrichment center in Nashville tailored to the learning needs and interests of its students. Brian is also working with the French instructor to develop activities for several […]
TLC offered an online webinar in April for Spanish interpreters on the terminology for falls, particularly in regard to Workers’ Compensation cases. The work involves specialized knowledge of both medical and legal terminology. Spanish Interpreters from Tennessee, Louisiana, and New Mexico completed the webinar and are now better able to handle appointments for Workers’ Compensation […]
TLC is translating the Cumberland River Compact’s Tree Care documents into Spanish, Arabic, Somali, Kurdish Behdini, and Kurdish Sorani. The Cumberland River Compact works with the three million people in the Cumberland River Basin in Tennessee to promote stewardship of the watershed and address causes of water pollution through education and restoration. Planting more trees […]
TLC is translating housing advocacy documents into Spanish for The Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands’ Right to Counsel program. The Right to Counsel is a two-year pilot program that increased the number of Legal Aid housing attorneys from two to six. The attorneys represent renters in civil cases with landlords. The […]
These online webinars can be purchased individually or as a package. They will all take place from 10-11:30 a.m. Central. April 4 – Understanding Generational Differences April 26 – Positive Communications Across Generations May 15 – Leveraging Generational Differences in the Workplace Learn more or register.
Janice Rodriguez, the Executive Director at the Tennessee Language Center, has accepted a board member position at Tennessee State University. She will be serving on the advisory board for the College of Public Service, which will focus on recruiting, community engagement events, and fundraising.
TLC recently celebrated our most recent graduates for Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL). They are the 62nd cohort to complete our TESL course.