Dues and Criteria for Associate Members
To become an associate member of the Panhellenic Association of Translators (PEM), you must be a senior student or a recent graduate of a translation/interpreting university department. As an associate member, you are not entitled to become a member of the PEM management bodies or vote for them. Moreover, you are not listed in the Association register.
Find out why become an associate member of PEM.
€30 annual membership dues
As an associate member of PEM, you must pay your membership dues within the first quarter of the year.
Payment of membership dues
You deposit your annual membership dues in one of the following bank accounts:
- PEIRAEUS BANK:
- ALPHA BANK:
To find out more, contact our secretariat.
What if I don’t pay my dues?
If you have not settled your financial obligations within the first 3 months of the year, you may be erased from PEM, according to Article 9 of PEM’s Articles of Association. However, before being erased, you must first have been notified in writing.
Senior students or graduates
To become an associate member, you must be a senior student or a recent graduate of a translation/interpreting university department.
You must be listed in the student register of a higher education course on translation/interpreting (a university in Greece or abroad) approved by PEM.
You must have recently completed studies in translation or interpreting at a higher education institute (university in Greece or abroad) approved by PEM.
In addition, you must fulfill one of the following criteria:
- You are undergoing training in a linguistic profession accepted by PEM as a prerequisite to earning your degree.
- You are unemployed.
If you have been legally practising one or more linguistic professions that are accepted by PEM for more than 3 years, you can join PEM as a full member.
Find out the dues and criteria for full members.
In order to join, your application must be accompanied by certain documents that verify your status:
- A copy of your degree, if you are a graduate.
- Your student ID card, if you are still studying.
- A copy of your CV.