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Utah Translators and Interpreters Association

Utah Translators and Interpreters Association (UTIA) is a group of working translators and interpreters in Utah.

UTIA is a non-profit organization comprised of, and formed by, language professionals in the state of Utah, and it is an affiliated group of the American Translators Association.

UTIA’s goal is to advance and elevate the quality and availability of language services in Utah, and work for the development of our profession.

This association is driven by dedicated professional volunteers and would love your help too. We are also looking forward to cooperating with peers in other translation and interpretation organizations and entities.


Joining UTIA is a good idea for translators and interpreters in Utah who wish to meet colleagues and increase their skills. UTIA also builds directories of translators, interpreters and other language professionals that increase their visibility.

UITA meetings focus on providing learning opportunities for translators and interpreters, and opportunities to network. We have monthly activities that consist of presentations and discussions.

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You don’t need to be a member of UTIA to come to our events. Just check our calendar of events to find out when our next meeting is. You can also stay up to date by checking our Facebook page or our Meetup group. Our events are normally held in Salt Lake City and include networking and learning events. Our networking events are sometimes held at local restaurants and other public places. We hope to see you soon!

Search for Translators and Interpreters

If you are looking for professional linguists, feel free to use our growing member directory. There, you may search professionals by language and read their bios. You will also see their contact information and availability.

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We're so excited about the workshop tomorrow!