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Posts published in “Volunteering”

Virtual career day in the courtroom

By Shaunise Day Earlier this year, I was excited to announce that I had partnered with KIPP, a nationwide non-profit network of public charter schools,…

Thank you for your (volunteer) service

NCRA would like to thank those members who have graciously volunteered their time to caption events ranging from Town Halls with the president to the…

Members volunteer during quarantine downtime

A recent JCR Weekly poll asked if NCRA members were spending more time volunteering with their downtime during quarantine. Answers varied from volunteering in the…

High school career day goes virtual

A group of court employees from the Kings County Supreme Court in Brooklyn, N.Y., recently hosted a virtual career day via Google Meet for some…

Stenographers — we’re everywhere!

By Margary Rogers The board of the Maryland Court Reporters Association proved that stenographers are everywhere on Feb. 15 during Court Reporting and Captioning Week. …

School counselors see court reporting in action

NCRA staff connected with school counselors at their annual convention recently to spread the word about the court reporting and captioning professions. The American School…

The benefits of pro bono work

By Lisa Migliore Black The call from the out-of-state attorney seemed much like any other. “We’ll need a court reporter and videographer to cover a…

Angel Donor Profile: Marjorie Peters

The National Court Reporters Foundation (NCRF) supports the advancement of the court reporting and captioning professions through education, scholarship, recognition, and programs critical to preserving…