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James Madison University (Spanish)
My name is Jeremy, and I have studied Spanish for over 16 years. I graduated from James Madison University with a degree in Spanish in 2007, and have been working as a Spanish interpreter/translator since. I have experience with the Spanish language in numerous professional fields such as financial, governmental, medical, retail, and educational. While in school, I volunteered tutored Spanish to high school students, and I also have helped teach English to Spanish speaking people of my community. Most recently, I worked as a bi-lingual banker for Bank of America where roughly half of my clients did not speak English. Before Bank of America, I was a supervisor for Home Depot where I was required to work with non-English speaking clients about twenty five percent of the time. I still work as needed with the Social Services as an interpreter/translator as well as other interpretation services. I enjoy working with the Spanish language and love watching others learn and speak it too. My name is Jeremy, and I have studied Spanish for over 16 years. I graduated from James Madison University with a degree in Spanish in 2007, and have been working as a Spanish interpreter/translator since. I have experience with the Spanish Read more
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