NAIE State Ambassador

About State Ambassadors

Kathy Randolph-

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State Documentation

Additional State Documentation

Additional State Documentation about Community, Legal, and Educational Licensing Differences

State Agency Website 

Standards for Permanent Credential

The standards listed below reflect the minimum requirements to work as an educational interpreter in this state.

  • Pre-Service Education: AA or AS Degree in Educational Interpreting
  • Skill Verification:  EIPA 3.5+
  • Knowledge Verification: EIPA Written
  • Renewal Timeline: Five Years
  • Continuing Education: 50 hours per cycle
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Standards for Provisional Credential 

  • Is a provisional credential available? Yes
  • What is required for the provisional credential? EIPA 2.9-3.4 or School District Employment and an EIPA Pre-Hire Screening
  • How long can one hold a provisional credential? Up to three years

Interpreter Training Programs

For a list of currently available programs in your state visit the Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT) website