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I am a French native, and I speak English fluently. I have spent 2 years in the United States to study and work. I studied for one semester at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, ND as an exchange student. After that, I did two internships in Grand Forks, at the City's Urban Development department, and after that for a nonprofit agency. Upon completing my Master's Degree, I then worked for one year in that same nonprofit agency as a regular employee.
I have passed both the TOEIC and TOEFL tests with great results - I obtained a grade of 114/120 on the TOEFL, and 980/990 on the TOEIC.
My university schooling was strongly geared towards the learning of languages - I have completed a Master's Degree in the field of Applied Languages (English and Russian) specialized into Sustainable Development, Project Management and Communication.
I have done a few translation jobs, that I found through my network of friends mostly - a juridical translation for a conference paper, some English to Russian translation for a touristic website, and then of course diverse translations in the course of my studies.
I am an avid reader of French and English (mostly American) litterature. While not having a lot of experience in translation, I feel that my background, strong interest in languages and litterature, as well as a curious and interested attitude towards learning from different fields make me a great candidate for all kinds of translating jobs.