The Cypress College of Court Reporting (CCCR), Cypress, Calif., celebrated 40 years of program excellence on March 7. The program was originally designed as a licensing program for court reporting students who wanted to become Certified Shorthand Reporters (CSRs). Over the years, it has evolved into a diversified training program, offering an Associate Degree in Court Reporting and an Associate Degree in Law Office Administration.
In addition, CCCR’s program provides training in specialized areas and awards a Certificate of Achievement in the following specialties: Captioning, CART, Legal Administrative Assistant, Legal Transcription, Proofreader, Scoping/Editing, Hearing Reporter, Court Reporting, Court and Agency Services, and Court Reporting Technology.
Recently, the court reporting program started a pilot program with the college to offer captioning services to entities within the North Orange County Community College District. The students who will be performing the captioning services are currently in training.
The college also is involved in a high school outreach program offering students the opportunities to pursue court reporting and legal careers through the college.
Students at CCCR can also participate in the Court Reporting Club with monthly activities. The club offers a variety of scholarships and awards programs.
CCCR is currently the only community college in Southern California offering a court reporting training program. For more information, contact C. Freer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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