TAJIT Scholarship for Interpreting and Translation Students
TAJIT is committed to supporting undergraduate students enrolled in an Interpreting and Translating program, as a minor or a as major, at an accredited Texas college or university.
In 2021, TAJIT granted $4,500 in scholarship funds to the following institutions
University of Texas El Paso UTEP
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley UTRGV
University of Texas San Antonio UTSA
TAJIT SCHOLARSHIP GUIDELINES
A student who attends a Texas college or university whose field of study, as a major or minor, is translation and interpreting.
The TAJIT Scholarships can be a one-time grant or an annual scholarship. The amount and the constituents shall be decided by the Board of Directors.
The Texas college or university can allocate the scholarship funds to one or more students. The scholarship can be academic or need based but the recipients must have declared a major or a minor in interpreting or translation.
The recipients can use the scholarship funds for tuition payment, books or other expenses. The funds cannot be used to attend other Translation and Interpreting conferences such ATA or NAJIT.
Fee Waiver for TAJIT Conference
The TAJIT BOD may waive the TAJIT annual conference fee to any scholarship recipient on a case-by-case basis.
Texas College or University Program Director Obligations
In order to be eligible for consideration for future TAJIT scholarship funds, the program director shall report in writing before the annual conference who the scholarship recipients were, as well as the criteria used to select the candidates to the TAJIT BOD at least 30 days prior to the annual conference.
2021 TAJIT Scholarship Recipients
Maria Luisa Montealvo Rojas
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