CoDA Translation Management Committee (TMC) Seeking Volunteers

 
From: "[list_settings.list_name]" <codalist@codependents.org>
Subject: CoDA Translation Management Committee (TMC) Seeking Volunteers
Date: February 18th 2016


The Contents of this email are from the CoDA Translation Management Committee   tmc@coda.org

 

CoDA is growing around the world and there is a great need for the translation of our literature and other materials into other languages. We have been working closely with members of the Board of Trustees to fully develop our procedures and the documents, some of which are legal documents that will be signed. Over the past 6 months we have worked with about 15 different groups in the support of this effort and we continue to get additional requests. If you are interested in participating in this exciting effort to help reach and support codependents throughout the world please consider joining us. We are particularly interested in people who are somewhat fluent in another language, although this is definitely not a requirement. If interested, please send an email to tmc@coda.org. Please include information about why you are interested and any specific abilities that you feel might be helpful.



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