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California Court Interpreter Workforce Pilot Program

Are you or is someone you know interested in a job as a certified court interpreter for the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara?

Qualified candidates will be reimbursed for their training costs and examination fees (up to three exams) for their certification. Aspiring court interpreters who are chosen to participate in the program must agree up front to work in the participating court for at least three years after passing all required examinations. Interested candidates can apply at the following website:

All applications MUST be received by Thursday, August 1st, 2024 at 5:00pm (PST).

Additional Information:  Flyer & SCC Job Specs

Language Access Services

Interpreters for the Hearing Impaired

Note: There are American Sign Language interpreters and real time captioning for parties and witnesses that are hearing impaired (or have another disability). The court will provide a sign language interpreter or court reporter for you or other accommodation you may need. You should file a Request for Accommodations by Persons with Disabilities form as soon as possible, but at least 5 days prior to the hearing. You can read more about this and complete the required form on the ADA (Disability Accommodation) Information page of this website.