pantoprazole 40 mg vs omeprazole 20 mg vs nexium “I want to tell you that this project is very interesting and I am glad to help. Keep up the good work!”
Lorena Santonocito, Open History Project Translator
TRANSLATING FOR A WORLD WITHOUT BORDERS
Open History Project aims to share people’s stories around the globe. We want to share our storyteller’s voices in as many languages as possible. Our international team of translators is currently translating to 42 languages. Open History Project wouldn’t be possible without them.
Join our team today and help giving people a voice – in your language!
Anyone who is fluently bilingual, and committed to accurately and artfully translating stories can join the project as a translator. We expect translators to collaborate with each other, follow Open History Project’s style guidelines and, of course, uphold the meaning and intent of the speaker.
To accommodate other volunteers interested in helping, we ask that you finish translations in a reasonable amount of time. The goal is to share the stories with the world – if you don’t have time to work on a translation, it is no problem to resign from a job so that someone else can make the story available to the world.