NCRA Immediate Past President Nancy Varallo, RDR, CRR, FAPR, called on the association’s membership today to support the future of the court reporting profession by investing in Students First, a new campaign designed to engage court reporting schools and reach out to key audiences. Varallo addressed attendees at the Annual Business Meeting held during NCRA’s 2014 Convention & Expo taking place July 31 – Aug 3 in San Francisco.
The Students First initiative, approved by NCRA’s Board of Directors during the convention, will launch next month and include a marketing and public relations campaign designed to engage NCRA-approved court reporting schools to reach out to key audiences.
“The future I see for us is one where court reporters are sophisticated business people, able to succeed in a competitive market; where our schools are successful and graduate eager young men and women into our ranks; where the vibrancy of our profession attracts people to our field and our association,” Varallo said.
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