The translation industry in Dublin is growing at a rapid pace. Dublin is one of Europe’s largest tech hubs, with some big international companies calling it home, and because these companies have offices worldwide, they need translators to help them communicate with their customers and staff in different countries. We offer internships in Translation in Dublin, suitable for those who want to jumpstart their career in this thriving industry.
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Responsibilities at Translation Internships in Dublin may include:
- translating a variety of documents, including literary, legal, research, technical, scientific, educational, and commercial materials
- working with online translation tools for additional assistance with translation
- translating online, video, and television media by providing subtitles
- following up with clients to ensure satisfaction and understanding
- proofreading, reviewing, and editing final translations
Internships in Translation in Dublin
Here are just a few examples of roles that our Translation Interns have taken on before:
Translators could be considered scientists as much as artists, as it is an incredibly complex task. To become a good translator, you should already possess some of the most critical skills for this role, such as complete fluency in your chosen languages, and a very high level of written and verbal communication skills.
The main responsibility of a translation reviewer is to double-check translations before they are delivered to a client. Translation reviewers ensure the quality, style, consistency, and tone of the translations is appropriate, and they have the final approval of the translation.
As a translation editor, you will be responsible for editing any typographical errors throughout a text. This role is perfect for those who have excellent attention to detail and expert knowledge of subject matters, as this enhances the quality of the translation.
Translation consultants are also known in the industry as translation professionals. If you want to put your linguistic skills to the test, you should opt for this role. You will consult translators to ensure that the translation means the same as the original text.
The Translation Industry
The translation industry in Ireland brought in revenue of $300 million in 2021 and is projected to grow to $400 million in the next three years. This growth creates many opportunities for those interested in a career in translation, making internships in Translation in Dublin a fantastic start to an exciting career. If you are passionate about languages and people, then this could be the perfect internship for you.
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“You owe it to yourself right now and for the rest of your life to apply yourself and get out of your comfort zone.“Erik Stettler Harvard Business School
“I feel like I'm learning new things everyday and more importantly, I enjoy coming to my internship everyday.“Javier Ritter Saint Louis University
“Living in London and interning here has taught me that I am a very adaptable person. I've decided that I want to join a touring company and travel around the world.“Chloe Schneider University of California Irvine
“Sometimes when you’re looking for an internship it’s hard to find somewhere where you’re doing the actual work. If you don’t show up a day it doesn’t really affect anything but here you’re actually a part of a team where you can see the work you’ve done.“Katie Jones Skidmore College
“This remote internship helped me to realize that I want to study computer science and that this is something that I'm passionate about. It's also something that I wouldn't have explored had I not done this internship.“Sarah Swendseid Gap year student
“I got here and within three weeks I launched a space balloon. We were the first company in South America to launch any space involved system.“Peter Panigiris Student from Australia
Learn More About our Translation Internships in Dublin
Dublin is one of the best European cities in which to start your translation career, with many translating, reviewing, editing, and consulting opportunities in a vast number of vibrant, diverse companies. All of our interns are placed in top-tier organizations, so you will be assured of learning from the best. Learn more about our internship program in Dublin here.
Applying for The Intern Group will accelerate your career. Through your application we will learn about you and your career goals to determine if you are a good candidate for our internship program. If accepted into our program we guarantee you an internship in your chosen career field.