Important Information to Help You Plan

More Info coming soon. These documents will be updated as information becomes available.  Check back often!

Student Volunteer
Worker Information

Download the Student Worker Application

The Mental Health Interpreter Training Program is currently seeking enthusiastic, hard-working, motivated, professional and flexible student volunteers to work during the 2018 Conference. 

Only four student representatives are accepted annually.

Support Staff/Student Representative Applicants must meet the following criteria:
  • Be enrolled in an Interpreter Training Program during the 2017-2018 academic year.

Consideration may also be given to applicants who have past experience as Support Staff/Student Representative for a state, regional, or national conference within the last two years.
All accepted Support Staff/Student Representatives will receive the following:
  • Complimentary conference registration and workshops activities
  • Certificate of attendance and opportunity to earn CEUs for all activities
  • A certificate of appreciation

Assemble electronic/scanned copies of the following:
  • Proof of enrollment in an ITP/IPP program for the 2017-2018 academic year or graduated within the past six (6) months (schedule, transcript, etc.)
  • Letter of recommendation sent electronically from a faculty member in your ITP/IPP.
  • Completed application
  • Any additional documentation you wish to submit.

Please put all your electronic and/or scanned files into a single email, and send it to us as part of this application form.

Applications must be submitted by midnight, March 16, 2018, to be considered.  All portions of the application must be completed and all supporting documentation included. Incomplete applications or applications missing any supporting documentation will not be accepted.  Any application submitted after March 16, 2018 will not be considered for MHIT 2018.
The Class and wait list are full
Applications are no longer being accepted


July 30 - August 3, 2018 
Montgomery, Alabama
Training Location:
Troy University, Montgomery
231 Montgomery Street - Whitley Hall

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 The application is fillable and may be emailed to  Additional information will be added to the website as it
 becomes available

Getting to the MIT Interpreter Institute
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Class is Full.  Applications are accepted for the Wait List!  


We are please to announce that an alumni track has been added specifically for people who have previously attended an institute and want to come back and learn more. 

The faculty includes some of the Core Faculty - who will teach addition courses - and also some great presenters who are coming in especially for this track. This year we have Alexis Greeves for the first time as well as several popular returning faculty.  Check the flyer for more...

Any alumni from any class my attend the alumni track, which has a seperate registration from the main Institute.  

Registration fee: $25 per session or $50 per day or $150 for the week

Registration fee waived for QMHI certified interpreters.
 Pre-registration is required.

2018 MHIT  Core Track attendees who are alumni are not required to register seperately for the alumni sessions. 

Continuing education offered for Counselors, Social Workers, Psychologists, and Interpreters.

Payment Information

When we receive your application, it will be reviewed.  If you are accepted into the training, we will invoice you.  You will not need to pay until you have been officially accepted.  You may pay by check or PayPal, which allows you to use your credit card. Please note that the rate you pay will be based on the date we receive your application provided it is received within 30 days of notification of acceptance and invoicing. 

If you are placed on the wait list, you will be informed and invoiced only if there is an opening and you accept it. 


The 16th Annual Interpreter Institute will run July 30-August 3, 2018, in Montgomery, Alabama. 
As in years past, the Institute will be held at Troy University in Montgomery.
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