French to Spanish translation: to improve and complete the Spanish website of the NGO OSI

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FR Home-based; France

Application deadline 2 years ago: Saturday 12 Sep 2020 at 10:00 UTC

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You will translate pages from our website from French into Spanish, in order to broaden our reach. The topics include 'science education' and 'sustainable development'. Either alone or within a team of fellow Online Volunteers, you report to a coordinator that will give you your tasks as well as answer any questions you may have regarding the assignment itself or the content you are asked to translate. All your work will be done remotely. We will be in touch by email, video calls &/or phone calls. The dates and duration of the opportunity are flexible. Length of the document to be translated varies a lot from a text to the other: from only few lines, to several pages. You will start with 1 text of 4-5 pages max (.doc ; font 12 size). We will then send a longer text if you want to continue the collaboration. Please let us know your availability and time you can dedicate weekly to the project.

  • Translation
  • Translation and interpretation

    The NGO Objectif Sciences International offers and organizes educational and scientific research activities aiming to solve issues related to Sustainable Development. We are involved in science education and we want to share the experience and knowledge we have accumulated throughout the years with all the people that may be interested in what we do. Your work as a translator will be critical in our endeavor to spread our know-how and to create a better world for the future generations.

  • Volunteers: 5 needed

  • 6-10 hours per week / 4 weeks

    Native in the target language. Ideally languages and/or literature programs. Undergraduate, master's or doctor's degree. Please send your CV/resume and let us know about you.

  • France

  • French, Spanish
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