Speaking and understanding foreign languages and other cultures is a big part of the National Guard. Are you interested in this type of career? If so, an interpreter/translator job may be right up your alley. While it takes a lot of skill and training to get involved with this type of career you can make this dream a reality if you are willing to put in the time.
As an interpreter or translator you will receive all of the following: signing bonus, training in English, United States citizenship if needed, entry into the National Guard with a higher rank, and all of the other benefits of joining the Guard.
Before attending Basic Combat Training you may need to take part in language training at Fort Jackson.
Let?s face it: National Guard interpreter/translator jobs are not for everyone. You must have the willingness to learn and adapt, as well as a good foundation.
If you think you are cutout for this position the National Guard wants to speak with you.