Court interpreters needed

LIHUE — The Hawaii State Judiciary will hold a court interpreter orientation workshop March 10-11 at the 5th Circuit Court House 3970 Kaana Street in Lihue.

The judiciary is seeking individuals who speak English and another language to become court interpreters. 

Completion of the two-day workshop is one of the requirements to become a state court interpreter.

Registration costs $120 and deadline is Feb. 13. Court interpreters typically earn between $25 to $55 per hour with a two-hour minimum.


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