Working with Alboum has made it easier to work with clients. They offer great flexibility and provide quick coordination. Their professionalism is transparent as they go above and beyond to help our families understand anything that is needed.

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We’re the only translation services agency specifically for nonprofits and mission-driven organizations. And our translators provide the foundation for our reputation of excellent quality at affordable prices. We’re proud to consider our translators teammates and call them friends.

Our team of language service professionals is as dedicated, experienced and enthusiastic about their craft as our nonprofit clients are about their causes.

Does this sound like you?

If you share our passion for greatness and client service, you’ll enjoy the benefits of working with a company that treats its freelancers as true team members, pays you in 30 days or less, and is generally cool.

Think you have what it takes to join our team? Send us an email with your resume and a cover letter telling us about yourself. We’d love to “meet” you.

PS – While we adore those of you that are bilingual or speak more languages than you can count on one hand, if you’re not a professionally trained or certified translator, you’re not right for us. At least not today. If you want to get into the field of translation and interpretation, check out the American Translators Association’s resources and certification programs.

our clients – making a difference

A Global Approach to Tobacco Control

Strong tobacco control laws have led to reductions in smoking prevalence but much remains to be done. To this end, the American Cancer Society and World Lung Foundation (both Alboum clients independently as well) came together to publish The Tobacco Atlas, a compendium of the most up-to-date information on tobacco and tobacco control available in a highly Continue Reading..

Gentling the Journey of Hospice Care

According to the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, more than 40 percent of those who die in the United States are cared for by a hospice at the time of death. While more patients and families are realizing the benefits of hospice and opting for this end-of-life care, many lack sufficient knowledge of the services available or Continue Reading..

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