CoDA: New Translators Workgroup Seeks Members

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Subject: CoDA: New Translators Workgroup Seeks Members
Date: January 2nd 2018


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The Board wants to start a Translators Workgroup to help translate/proofread CoDA literature into other languages. We are currently seeking volunteers who are bilingual in English-Spanish but if you are bilingual in French or any other language, please send us your information and we will keep it on file for our second project. Members of the Translators Workgroup must have been attending CoDA meetings during the last nine months, be familiar with CoDA Traditions and GC process, and are able to volunteer to work 2- 4 hours per week. You will need to have experience using Microsoft Word and be able to meet by Skype once every 6 weeks to work on the different projects. If you are bilingual, have a passion for translating and want to help carry the message into the different languages of the World, please send an email to



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