Thanksgiving The Tastiest Month

Thanksgiving has come a long way since the first celebration, held by the founders of the Plymouth Colony, back in 1621. Very soon Americans will celebrate the Thanksgiving holidays; a time where so much is devoted to sumptuous meals highlighted by turkey and pumpkin pie, enjoying family and friends, feasting on leftovers, seeing a Thanksgiving […]

Beyond the Written Word

October is the month of Halloween; it is one of the most fun holidays for kids and grownup alike. Throughout the years Halloween is noted for its very unusual & weird customs. People who come to the U.S. from abroad are often amused surprised at this holiday. Surprises can be a lot of fun in […]

Back to School

Summer’s rapidly coming to an end, and back-to-school prep is in full swing. Students are heading back to school and preparing to hit the books, people are re-energized and looking to get projects completed before the end-of-year madness Timing is important in everything and the back-to-school season starts a particular busy time for many.’ September […]

High Quality Medical and Pharmaceutical Translation

In our increasingly global economy, specialized medical devices companies are strongly marketing their product to a wider international audience. To make the local physician and user understand how to sell and operate a medical device, it is fundamental for all the organization to localize medical device documentation and information available to the target region. This […]

Interpretation Equipment for Conference

A company should be proud of their services, but even more so when it improves the communication and understanding of cultures worldwide. Let us look at a multilingual conference project handled by American Language Service at The University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts which is the most prestigious film school in the U.S. […]

Graduation Season

This month is a time of change and mixed emotions for elementary, middle school and high school students because it is the graduation season. Change is not easy but it is the only way to grow and learn. During this time, most of us will visualize wearing the cap and gown, shaking hands with the […]

Multi-Language Interpreting Services

AML-Global has built a great reputation for providing highly qualified, skilled, and effective interpreting services, along with our state of the art equipment and technical support. We work with companies throughout the United States as well as interpreting assignments in virtually every continent. We have certified credentialed and experienced interpreters who are capable of meeting […]

National Rose Month

Many people may not realize there is a day called the National Red Rose Day. It falls on June 12, and it’s a day to appreciate the emblematic flower of love. The rose represents love, bravery, beauty, and respect. Many societies have used roses as symbols to represent different beliefs. Every year, the Rose Parade […]

ASL services for Microsoft, Handicap International & American Council

The invention of Sign Language has allowed deaf and hearing-impaired people to communicate bringing people and cultures closer together. Most people think that sign language is a universal language, but actually there are differences between sign languages used in different countries and regions. For instance, the British Sign Language (BSL) is different from ASL. American […]

World No Tobacco Day (WNTD)

Every year on this day the World Health Organization (WHO) warns about the health risks associated with tobacco consumption. The trade of tobacco products not only brings health problems, but also brings about legal, economic and corruption difficulties. This is a global concern because at least 6 million people are nearly killed per year, and […]

Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a U.S. holiday that remembers the military men and women who died and were wounded serving our great country. Even though the origins of this tradition are unknown, the US Government started in Waterloo as the hometown of Memorial Day. Today Memorial Day is widely acknowledged by the general population and celebrated […]

From Mothers Day to Medical Device

Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 and became an official U.S. holiday in 1914.’ After Anna Jarvis’s mother passed away, she implemented this holiday to acknowledge the sacrifices mothers made for their children. She started a massive campaign to persuade prominent politicians and council members to acknowledge Mother’s Day as a national […]