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The Community Language Cooperative (CLC) provides interpretation services, focus groups, and inclusivity/diversity training to make community, academic, and governmental events more accessible for all. We help remove barriers and broaden opportunities for participation and community engagement by non-English speakers, and train organizations on implementation of inclusivity practices.
CLC provides interpretation for any language. We can help with nearly any type of event: conferences, business meetings, medical appointments, workshops, and interviews. We provide all necessary equipment for simultaneous interpretation to ensure a seamless and time efficient event. Rush requests are gladly accommodated, but to best meet your needs, 48-hour notice is preferred.
This type of interpretation is ideal for large events and meetings with a primary speaker and audience. All equipment is provided.
This type of interpretation is ideal for one-on-one meetings, interviews, evaluations, and medical or legal appointments.
CLC provides comprehensive written translation services and will ensure that the formatting of your original documents remains intact.
Language, Justice and Community Interpreter Trainings
Participants will understand the role of the community interpreter, practice techniques and learn how to advocate for language justice.
Most Common Languages
American Sign Language
“The Cooperative is not just providing a service, it’s creating a relationship with us”
– Rachel Cleaves, GES LiveWell
“They provide timely and quality interpretation, both written and oral”
– David Portillo, The Denver Foundation
“Accurate, culturally-sensitive translations, especially to social justice groups”
– Andrea Chiriboga-Flor, 9to5 Colorado
Rosa Guzman Snyder
Rosa works on providing quality interpretation and translation services to linguistically diverse communities. She has a history of providing language justice trainings for grass-roots and grass-tops organizations, understanding that it requires organizations to practice language justice effectively as a clear way of making space for racial inclusion. Rosa is a skilled interpreter (consecutive and simultaneous) and has vast experience in navigating linguistically diverse spaces. In addition to the facilitation, Rosa provides coaching for resident teams and non-profits who are working on implementing language justice and equity in engagement in their organization. Rosa is a long time resident of Southwest Denver, growing up in the Westwood neighborhood. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Nonprofit Administration from Colorado State University- Pueblo and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Texas, Arlington. Rosa is a fellow of the Transformative Leadership for Change fellowship, designed for diverse directors in Colorado.
Indira Guzman, a co-founder and director at the Community Language Cooperative. After her Chicano Studies degree at Metro State University, Indira has acted as a liaison for the Spanish speaking community throughout Denver. Growing up, Indira’s father was a pastor of a Spanish non-denominational church where she began her interpreting career at a young age. Indira lives with her two children in Sheridan, Colorado where she is a fierce advocate for equitable education. Indira currently sits as a board member for the Sanctuary Christian Fellowship and Commún Denver and is part of the leadership team with Sheridan Rising Together for Equity. Indira enjoys spending time with her children and traveling for enjoyment. Indira is dedicated to building local capacity using the Language Justice model to build vibrant and effective multilingual spaces to foster open communication across languages and cultures.