Aplomb Gives Back large-icon-02

Aplomb promotes corporate charity & social evolution through education and training

at our offices in London and throughout the world through charitable giving and volunteering

Internships

Aplomb gives back through providing internships for language students interested in a career in translation and interpreting.  Candidates must have a relevant translation or language degree.

 

Translation & Interpretation Training with Aplomb

Aplomb gives back to the translation and interpreting community.

  • Aplomb hosts translator training sessions and workshops which are both language and subject area specific.
  • Aplomb offers specialist legal translation workshops, as well as specialist legal interpreting workshops.
  • Aplomb also provides free information sessions about working as a translator.
  • Our new training sessions are about setting up as a freelance translator.

 

msh logo sept 2015

Charity

Aplomb gives back through sponsoring MySmallHelp.org, a charity that supports underprivileged and vulnerable children in Nepal and Peru.

http://campaign.justgiving.com/…/mysmall…/nepal-sewing-co-op

5%

£205.00

raised of £4,000 target by 1 supporters

Mysmallhelp

Setting up a new women’s sewing and retail co-operative in Bardiya, Nepal

Action for social empowerment of women in a poor rural community in Bardiya, Nepal by helping them improve their sewing skills and develop a new culture of entrepreneurship.

  • 62 days remaining

Join our volunteer translators group to support MySmallHelp

MySmallHelp’s vision is to provide immediate assistance to people in need, whilst getting to know these individuals and working with them to develop a long-term sustainable income plan. Their aim is to avoid the need for further handouts, thus avoiding a culture of dependency. MSH believes that the best way to relieve poverty is through the provision of education and skills training to people who otherwise would not have access to such programmes. To donate, sponsor a child, or get involved, please visit

www.mysmallhelp.org.

You can follow MySmallHelp on
Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/mysmallhelp

twitter.com/mysmallhelp
https://www.youtube.com/user/mysmallhelp
mysmallhelp.blogspot.co.uk

 

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