Welcome to MICATA!

Annual Conference of the American Translators Association

Click to learn more about the ATA Annual Conference!We’d like to thank all of our members, sponsors, and invited guests for an incredible 2018 MICATA Conference in Overland Park, Kansas. The MICATA Board will be back at work soon planning the 2019 conference.

In the meantime, we want to encourage all of your to attend the ATA’s Annual Conference, scheduled for Oct. 24-27 in New Orleans, Louisiana. For more information, click on the button!

Message from the Current President

Marcela RennaMICATA has members not only from the Midwest, but also from throughout the United States and even from around the world. MICATA represents translators and interpreters of languages from Arabic to Zulu and all that are in between! MICATA provides a forum for translators, interpreters and other language professionals to share ideas and expertise and we aim to keep our members informed and updated through our events. MICATA also strives to convey the importance of hiring professional translators and interpreters to the users of our services.

Are you not yet a member of MICATA? Visit the Join MICATA page to learn more about becoming a member and the benefits of membership.

Are you looking for a translator or interpreter? Please visit our Membership Directory where you can search by language and location. Our FAQs page answers a number of important questions including how to tell if you need a translator or an interpreter. We hope you enjoy browsing our site.

Our biggest event each year is our annual conference, which is coming up March 23-25. We’re currently accepting proposals for workshops and conference sessions. Click here for more information.

I would like to end this welcome message by sharing with you that our profession continues to grow: employment for interpreters and translators is projected to grow around 46% from 2012-2022, much faster than the average of all occupations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Interpreters and Translators.

Happy Translating! Happy Interpreting!

Marcela Renna
MICATA President 2017-18