Hi there! My brother works for compassion doing letter translation. I'd like to know more about this job i live in NJ

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Hi, my brother works translating letters for compassion, he is in Nicaragua. I'd love to find out more about this job ... I live in NJ, and this job is something I would love to do
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Hi Maria! I think it is wonderful that you would like to work with Compassion! Regrettably, we do not have any job opportunities here in the United States for translators. If you are willing to move to one of the countries that we work in, there may be an opportunity there. However, all of our translators are hired by the main country offices. If you are willing to move and want more information, please let me know and I may be able to hook you up with someone in the country you are looking at. 
However, if you are looking to get involved with Compassion in general, you may look into volunteering with us. You will need to become a supporter with us, if you are not already, and then you can log into your online account to see the volunteer opportunities in your area. Please let me know if you would like help doing this and I will be happy to help!  
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Thank you for your prompt response to my question. At this time I'm looking for a job that can help me stay in school. I'm fully committed and involved in my local church, and all my strength is focused there at this moment. I'm coaching, and involved in music, and local mission trips, but thank you. :( I think my husband wouldn't move the 8 of us to Nicaragua so that I can translate letters ... although I'd love to live in a country for a few years to focus on missions... perhaps one day.

Thank you for your kind help.
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