Hebrew, Russian, English, French Translator: Young but Experienced
Last active: 1 month ago
I'll admit that you're taking a chance in hiring me. I'm not the usual candidate for a translation job. Let's face it, I'm a student who is studying to become a professional interpreter. I don't have as much experience as you would like.
But trust me, I'm just the one you want.
The problem you have: you can't find a translator who speaks the languages fluently, charges reasonably and WHO LOVES TO TRANSLATE! You can't find someone who has enthusiasm for their job that carries into their work.
Search no more. You've found me.
I love to translate. (Just ask my clients. They can tell you I get stuff done quickly because I get so excited.) I'm just like a puppy dog. I work so hard to please you because I'm not a big dog yet. (I'm like Hertz in the car ad. I'm second best, so I have to work harder to please you and I won't let you down.) And, clearly, I'm totally fluent in English, Hebrew, Russian and French. (And, besides, I show my translations to another fluent/native speaker to make sure it's top-notch. And no, I won't charge you for that review period.)
Oh, and did I mention that I'm good at writing too? Yes, my translations are actually READABLE! (Want proof? I was featured in Deutsche Welle--in German!-- in the Jerusalem Post's Hebrew monthly magazine-- in Hebrew, and Minnesota Public Radio--in English!)
(I forgot to mention that everything I earn is going to help me pay my way through college so I can do this professionally and say that I have had some real experience doing this before.)
So go ahead. Hire me. You won't regret it. I love long-term clients and short-term clients alike and love keeping you in my address book. Let's talk sometime. I'd love to translate your stuff. I'm getting to be one of the best translators in the field (I'm pretty darn great now-- ask my clients) and you're helping me get even better. (Don't worry, my language skills are perfect. After all, I'm fluent in Hebrew and French and am a Russian and English native.)
Let's talk soon. I'm looking forward to it.