Volunteer Interpreter Intake Form


Please fill out this form if you are interested in becoming a volunteer interpreter. Remember to review this self-assessment before signing up. Please review the Disclaimer and Certification thoroughly before submitting your intake form.

1. First Name (required)

2. Last Name (required)

3. Telephone Number (required)

4. Email (required)

5. Physical Address (required)

6. Which language(s) will you be interpreting for?

7. What is your level of expertise in your second language(s)?
 Native/Bilingual Proficiency Advanced/Professional Fluency

Native/Bilingual Proficiency: You were raised speaking the language or have spoken it long enough to become proficient in it
Advanced/Professional Fluency: You can have conversations at an advanced level and have a firm understanding of the language

8. Are you able to read this second language? (required)

9. What is your occupation? (required)

10. Please list any professional certifications for non-English language proficiency you may have (such as bilingual professional licensures, certificates, degree etc.):

11. Do you have experience in the legal field? (required)

11(a). If yes, please provide a brief description:

12. Do you have experience with interpretation or needing to communicate with others in your second language (whether formal or informal)? (required)

12(a). If yes, please provide a brief description:

13. Please select all modes of interpretation you are able to do:

 In-Person Remote (Video Conference and Telephonic) Both In-Person and Remote

14. If you are a court-registered interpreter, please enter your Nevada Certified Court Interpreter ID Number:

15. How did you hear about this program? (required):

Additional comments:

DISCLAIMER: Signing up to be a volunteer will require passage of a background check and any volunteer who is not a court-certified interpreter will be required to attend an introductory workshop prior to being assigned to volunteer with an attorney.
Volunteer interpreters are assigned on an as-needed basis. Please be aware that the majority of our non-English speaking pro bono clients are in need of Spanish-language services. Therefore, if you sign up to be a non-Spanish language interpreter, it may be a while before we request your services. Please reach out to Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada’s Pro Bono Project at if you are no longer able to serve as a volunteer.

CERTIFICATION: By submitting this online intake form, you certify that you have answered the questions in good faith, have reviewed the self-assessment, and are confident in your ability to provide language interpretation services as a volunteer for pro bono attorneys.

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