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San Diego, CA—Staying Connected
TUESDAY, JUN 30, 2015 02:42

Located in all 50 U.S. states, Washington, D.C., U.S. territories, and over 40 countries worldwide, Members of the National Language Service Corps (NLSC) now account for 5,900 multilingual individuals who represent more than 330 languages and various occupational and cultural backgrounds. No matter their location, NLSC Members often enjoy networking and learning more about the NLSC from fellow Members and staff. One such opportunity arose when the NLSC hosted a Meet & Greet in San Diego, California on Friday, June 26, 2015.

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TUESDAY, FEB 24, 2015 01:17

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WEDNESDAY, DEC 3, 2014 11:08

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Use your language skills to help others!

Do you speak English and another language? Are you looking for ways to use your language skills to make a difference in your state, your nation, or your world? If yes, then the National Language Service Corps (NLSC) may be for you. The NLSC is a group of service-minded individuals who make themselves available when there is an emergent, short-term need for language skills in support of any U.S. government agency. The NLSC welcomes speakers of all languages. Learn more about the NLSC and apply today!

In 2013, the NLSC became a permanent government program and continues in fulfilling its mission of maintaining a readily available group of as-needed language-capable Members who provide foreign language support to requesting federal agencies.

If you are a federal agency in need of language support, click here for more information.

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