Registration opens July 1 for NCRA Connect Virtual 2020

No packing necessary! Just mark your calendar and register to join us virtually Aug. 7-9 for the NCRA Connect Virtual 2020. Register by July 15, and take advantage of the savings being offered during the early access period.

“Unfortunately, we were forced to cancel the 2020 Annual Conference & Expo due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but we are excited to announce that registration is opening for NCRA Connect Virtual 2020, which promises to bring learning, fun, networking, and more to members and nonmembers whether they are court reporters, captioners, legal videographers, teachers, or students,” said NCRA President Max Curry, RPR, CRI. “I encourage everyone to take advantage of joining together to celebrate our profession and each other via this new virtual platform.”

NCRA Connect, the Association’s first-ever virtual conference, offers participants an array of educational sessions, a dynamic keynote presentation, numerous networking opportunities packed with fun, games, and prizes, and much more. Full registration includes access to all three days of activities, including all non-CEU activities and 16 CEU sessions of the registrant’s choice. The member cost for full registration is $300 for early access and $325 for regular registration. A half registration package is also available which includes access to all three days including all non-CEU activities and seven CEU sessions of the registrant’s choice. The member cost for half registration is $180 for early access and $200 for regular registration. More information about registration and nonmember registration pricing will be listed on the website on July 1 when registration opens.

Schedule highlights include keynote speaker Amy Henry,  who was the last woman standing in the first season of The Apprentice and now is a published author and formidable businesswoman. In addition, Cathy O’Neal, communications director for Levitt Pavilion Arlington, an outdoor concert venue that presents more than 50 free concerts a year, has planned a fun and enlightening look at how social media can be changed from chore to tool in a firm’s business plan for success.

For more information, contact meetings@ncra.org. See you online!