CHARLOTTESVILLE INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS

For more than 50 years, Monticello has hosted citizenship ceremonies on July 4. Each summer, members of Charlottesville’s foreign-born community, which makes up nearly 12% of the city’s population, participate in the celebration.

The Charlottesville region’s international residents are drawn to the area for a variety of reasons, including resettlement support as well as educational, training and professional opportunities. Many of those are attached to the University of Virginia. The result is a vibrant community.

Your business should be prepared to interact with Charlottesville’s international population, because they will be looking for services you can dispense. You risk revenue, liability and, depending on the nature of your organization, perhaps even violation of federal regulations if you prove unable to serve them.

Charlottesville
TOTAL POPULATION
FOREIGN BORN POPULATION
FOREIGN BORN
SPEAK LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH AT HOME
46,597
5,545
11.9%
14.3%
SOURCE: All statistics in graphic from city of Charlottesville population estimates, July 1, 2015, U.S. Census Bureau.

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The mission of Volatia Language Network is to bridge language gaps in all communities of the United States. Our Charlottesville office will provide high-quality translation and interpretation services throughout Central Virginia and beyond.

We combine cutting-edge technology and a network of thousands of professional interpreters and translators to deliver best-in-class language services and ensure reliability, confidentiality and accessibility.

Why VOLATIA?

We support more than 280 languages, including Spanish, Chinese, French, German, Arabic, Korean and American Sign Language, some of the most common languages other than English used among the Charlottesville region’s population.

We’re local. We have an office in Charlottesville and extend our services to surrounding areas, including the counties of Albemarle, Amherst, Augusta, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Nelson and Rockingham, the cities of Harrisonburg, Lynchburg and Staunton, and the communities of Columbia, Dillwyn, Scottsville and Stanardsville.

We’re available anytime you need us. We offer 24/7 year-round support to the Greater Charlottesville area.

We have a broad range of experience. We support some of the Charlottesville area’s top industries, including education, healthcare, legal services, government, finance and general business.

We currently support more than 280 languages, including these, which are some of the most prevalent in Charlottesville:

Spanish
Chinese
French
German
Arabic
Korean
ASL
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We offer effective solutions for your language needs.

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Don’t wait until the patient, client or customer is standing in front of you. Contact us now to make VOLATIA your partner in language services.

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About Charlottesville

Charlottesville

Charlottesville is the educational, economic and cultural hub of a region that spans several counties. The city lies at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Piedmont Plateau. The Rivanna River winds through Charlottesville and two surrounding counties and attracts outdoor enthusiasts during every season.

The city is probably best known for its connection to Thomas Jefferson, who lived just outside Charlottesville at Monticello. The University of Virginia’s influence is everywhere, as are its educational institutions, including the main campus, University of Virginia Health System, the School of Medicine, the School of Nursing, Darden School of Business and McCormick Observatory.

Learn more about Charlottesville’s international community

Refugee community finds ‘New Roots’ in Charlottesville (Charlottesville Today)

In Charlottesville, refugees find a place to call home (Daily Progress)

International Rescue Committee

International Neighbors

Literacy Volunteers