Welcome to the Translation and Localization Management department’s home base! Here you will find information relating to all aspects of the TLM program, including important news and current student-led projects.
CampLoc is an organization that arranges events that focus on the localization industry as a whole and aim to create opportunities for discussion between those currently in the field.
The TLM Mentorship Program pairs less experienced students with upperclassmen/alumni in order to forge new industry connections, share advice, and learn what’s out there in the wild world of localization.
LocReady is a project that aims to have recent graduates share their first industry experience, help students build their online profiles, teach current students how to network, and educate future members of the localization industry on how best to pursue their career goals.
ROAR is a podcast and magazine produced by the Translation and Localization Management program of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.
Fruit Vendor is a card game designed to help players learn the ins and outs of localization vendor management. Pick vendors that suit the needs of different projects, but watch out for Bad Apples!
Founded at MIIS, Translators for Elders (TFE) is a nonprofit organization started in 2021 in order to connect translation needs with bilingual individuals around the world. We aim to provide consistent and accessible translation/interpreting services for older people.
Women in Localization MIIS is the first student chapter of Women in Localization, an organization whose mission is to foster a Global Community for the Advancement of Women and the Localization Industry. WL MIIS aims to bring this community to students of Translation and Localization Management at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies and the greater Monterey Bay area.
The mission of the Localization High School Outreach (HSO) is to educate youth about career opportunities in the language services and localization industry and inspire them to 1. Pursue a career in localization or 2. Think global. We create impact by giving presentations to students at local high schools in the Monterey and surrounding area and provide resources for them to discover localization.