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Winners of 2020 CASE Scholarships announced

NCRA is pleased to announce the five winners of the 2020 CASE (Council on Approved Student Education) Student Scholarships. Winners are chosen based on a…

Stenograph scholarship winner announced

The National Court Reporters Foundation has announced the winner of Stenograph’s Milton H. Wright Memorial Scholarship, a new scholarship that honors the memory of Milton…

Eh to Zed

By Janice Plomp and Joanne McKenzie After attending an information session introducing the NCRA A to Z® Intro to Steno Machine Shorthand program at the…

Which job is right for me?

By Teresa Russ, CRI The wonderful world of court reporting. Way back when, these options to work were not available: freelance as a CART (Communication…

Why I love court reporting: Jamie Booker

Jamie Booker, RPR, a freelance reporter in Tacoma, Wash., recently posted the following in the Facebook group Encouraging Court Reporting Students: Why is court reporting…

New Professional Profile: Bethany Glover

By Mike Hensley Bethany Glover, RPR, is a new professional residing in Long Beach, Calif.  Not only is she new — within her first year…

Naegeli announces new scholarship

Naegeli Deposition & Trial has announced a new scholarship to inspire creativity and assist student leaders with self-development. Read more.

New Professional Profile: Sara Galante

By Ashley Stahl Sara Galante attended the Long Island Business Institute.  She reports freelance and per diem court proceedings in New York and has been…

10 new CSRs

Downey Adult School congratulates 10 students who passed their California State Exam (CSR) in July: Kristen McElderry Dottie Simpson Rachel Brown Marissa Holt Samantha Maciel…

Practice, practice, practice

This post from Doug Zweizig, RDR, CRR, of Baltimore, Md., was originally posted in the Facebook group “Encouraging Court Reporting Students.”  He was the Realtime…