NCRF supports the next generation of reporters

In 2014, NCRF awarded scholarships to three students and a grant to a new working court reporter. Two students, Kelly Greer of the Community College of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, Penn., and Rebecca Russo of Gadsden State Community College, Gadsden, Ala., received NCRF’s Student Intern Scholarships; each received $1,000. Jessica D’Agostino of Lake Worth, Fla., was awarded NCRF’s 2014 Frank Sarli Memorial Scholarship, and Shannon Bevin, a court reporter from Whitestone, N.Y., is the 2014 recipient of NCRF’s New Professional Reporter Grant; they each received $2,000. Read more.

Extended deadline: NCRF grant and scholarship available

GRANT: The New Professional Reporter Grant of $2,000 is available for first-year court reporters. Did you graduate from an NCRA-certified court reporting program and are in your first year out of school? Need some cash to help offset start-up expenses? You might be eligible for NCRF’s New Professional Reporter Grant. Employers: Be sure to look into this grant and take advantage of the chance to help your new reporter.

SCHOLARSHIP: Attention students and instructors! The Frank Sarli Memorial Scholarship provides $2,000 toward tuition and books for the right student who is nearing graduation and meets specific criteria.

The deadline for both has been extended to April 4. Click here for more details and the nomination forms.

Financial support available for new working reporter

NCRF offers a $2,000 grant each year to a New Professional Reporter who graduated from an NCRA-approved court reporting program and who is in his or her first year of work as a court reporter. The reporter must be nominated by his/ her supervisor or employer. The Nomination Form may be found at www.ncra.org/NCRFscholarships, or call NCRA’s Member Services and Information Center on 800-272-6272. The deadline for nominations is March 15, 2013.