Global Interpreting Services has been providing services since 1996. Since we started as a Sign Language Interpreter provider, we are extremely knowledgeable about Deaf Culture and Interpreter Laws. Additionally, we brought that stringent supervision of Interpreters and knowledge of ethics and standards to the foreign language Interpreting world. Our Interpreters are trained and vetted before they are given an assignment. We meet every Interpreter. The training is ongoing throughout their career with us. We encourage Interpreters to talk to us about questions they have on assignments and encourage continued education. We check in on Interpreters to ensure proper protocols are being adhered to and keep in contact with Interpreters about current issues.
Our hospital has been working with Global Interpreting Services as one of our sign language providers for the past few years. Their interpreters have been wonderful and working with Jillian and Ryan in the office to schedule them has been great."
"We have used Global Interpreting Services for ASL interpreters for many years. The interpreters are professional, always on time, and provide quality interpreting services for our clients. Interpreters are always provided to us quickly after we request one. Communication regarding setting up interpreters is always great as well."
“I want to thank you for your excellent service! You always provide us with the best interpreters for our patients and staff. Thanks for making it so easy!”
"The Michigan Department of Corrections recently started using Global Interpreting Service for their Video Interpreting needs. As a new endeavor and technology for us this was a large and complicated project. Global Interpreting Service has made this service available at a reasonable cost and in a reliable format. Their staff are available, knowledgeable, professional and always eager to problem solve as we went through the implementation process."
“To communicate well in a language not one’s own takes more than knowledge of words and structures; it takes a grasp of their relationship to the underlying culture.”
- Barry Lydgate